Mathematics

The dimensions of a hall are $40 m, 25 m$ and $20 m$. If the hall is to be filled by boxes of volume $200\ cubic\ m$, then the maximum number of box which can be accommodated in the hall is:

$100$

SOLUTION
The dimensions of hall are $a=40m,b=25m,c=20m$
Then volume o thef hall is $V=a\times b\times c$
$V=40\times 25\times 20=20000\ cubic\ m$
Since, one box requires $200\ cubic\ m$
So, number of box required is $n=\dfrac{20000}{200}$
$\therefore n=100$ box

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