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A corridor of a school is 8 m long and 6 m wide. It is to be covered with canvas sheets. If the available canvas sheets have the size 2 m x 1 m, find the cost of canvas sheets required to cover the corridor at the rate of Rs 8 per sheet.

Answer:

Given length of the corridor = 8 m

Also breadth of the corridor = 6 m

Area of the corridor of a school = Length x Breadth

= (8 m x 6 m)

= 48 m^2

We have length of the canvas sheet = 2 m

Breadth of the canvas sheet = 1 m

Area of one canvas sheet = Length x Breadth

= (2 m x 1 m)

= 2 m^2

Thus, Number of canvas sheets required to cover the corridor = 48/2 = 24

Given Cost of one canvas sheet = Rs. 8

Total cost of the canvas sheets = number of canvas sheet x cost of one canvas sheet

= (24 x 8) = Rs. 192

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