a flooring tile has the shape of a parallelogram whose base is 24 cm and the corresponding height is 10 cm. how many such tiles are required to cover a floor of area 1080m2

Asked by Srinivas | 6th Dec, 2014, 08:13: PM

Expert Answer:

A r e a space o f space a space p a r a l l e log r a m space t i l e equals 24 cross times 10 equals 240 space c m squared F l o o r space a r e a equals 1080 space m squared 1 space m equals 100 space c m 1 space m squared equals 100 cross times 100 space c m squared therefore F l o o r space a r e a equals 1080 cross times 100 cross times 100 equals 10800000 space c m squared N u m b e r space o f space t i l e s equals fraction numerator F l o o r space a r e a over denominator A r e a space o f space a space p a r a l l e log r a m space t i l e end fraction equals fraction numerator 10800000 space over denominator 240 end fraction equals 45000 space t i l e s

Answered by Vimala Ramamurthy | 8th Dec, 2014, 10:47: AM