A rectangle wooden picture frame is 1.08m wide and 2.63m long. What is the smallest length of wood in metres required to make this frame?

Asked by tnusratbano1978 | 17th Sep, 2020, 09:49: PM

Expert Answer:

Here, the smallest length of wood in metres required to make the frame is same as the perimeter of the rectangular frame.
Given: Width = 1.08 m and Length = 2.63  m
Perimeter of rectangle = 2(l+b) = 2(length + width) = 2(1.08 + 2.63) = 5.68 m which is approximately 6 m.
Hence, the  length of wood in metres required to make the frame is 6 m

Answered by Renu Varma | 21st Sep, 2020, 01:13: PM