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Q 16/30 A floor measuring 3m * 2m is to be covered with tiles measuring 30cm * 30 cm. Can we find the number of tiles required to cover the floor and the cost of the tiles at *430 per dozen? a. Yes, the given information is enough to get the answer Ob. No, more information is needed. ↑
Asked by harjinder13100 | 31 Oct, 2023, 05:48: PM
Dimension of tile = ( 30 × 30 ) cm

Length of the room = 3 m

Number of tiles required along the length side = 3/0.3 = 10

Breadth of the room = 2 m

Number of tiles required along the breadth side = 2/0.3 =  7 ( nearest integer )

Hence number of tiles required for flooring = 10×7 = 70 tiles

Hence number of tiles ( in dozen ) required for flooring = 70 / 12 = 6 ( nearest integer)

Cost of purchasing tiles = 6 * Rs.430 = Rs. 2580

Given information is sufficient to find the answer
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