How much sand is needed to fill a pit. that is 10 m deep 8 m wide and 12 m long
Asked by abhishekkumarsahu158 | 22nd Dec, 2021, 05:50: PM
Volume of a pit = Volume of a cuboid = 10 × 8 × 12 = 960 cm3
Therefore, 960 cm3 sand is needed to fill a pit.
Answered by Yasmeen Khan | 22nd Dec, 2021, 07:46: PM
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