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# A cloth is 50.92m long , Raymond cut a 20.31m long part Find the length of remaining part

- 10.22m
- 12.3m
- 20.12m
- 30.61m

## The correct answer is: 30.61m

### Length of cloth = 50 . 92 m

Length of cloth Raymond cut = 20 .31 m

Remaining Part of cloth = 50.92 – 20.31

Remaining length of cloth = 30.61 m

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