Ex 11.3, 2 A suitcase with measures 80 cm Γ 48 cm Γ 24 cm is to be covered with a tarpaulin cloth. How many meters of tarpaulin of width 96 cm is required to cover 100 such suitcases?
Given,
Length of suitcase = π = 80 cm
Breadth of suitcase = π = 48 cm
& Height of suitcase = β = 24 cm
As tarpaulin cloth covers the suitcase.
β΄ Area of cloth required to cover 1 suitcase
= Total surface area of 1 suitcase
Total surface area of 1 suitcase
= Total surface area of cuboid
= 2(ππ+πβ+βπ)
= 2(80Γ48+48Γ24+24Γ80)
= 2(3840+1152+1920)
= 2Γ6912
= 13824 ππ^2
Now,
we need to find how many meters of tarpaulin of width 96 cm is required to cover 100 such suitcases
So,
Area of tarpaulin = 100 Γ Area of 1 suitcase
Since Tarpaulin is a rectangle
with Width = 96 cm
and Length we need to find
So,
Area of tarpaulin = 100 Γ Area of 1 suitcase
96 Γ Length = 100 Γ 13824
Length = 100 Γ 13824/96
Length = 100 Γ 6912/48 = 100 Γ 3456/24 = 100 Γ 1728/12 = 100 Γ 144
Length = 14400 cm
Length = 14400 cm
Length = 14400 Γ 1/100 m
Length = 144 m
β΄ 144 m of cloth is required.

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