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A pit is 20m long 6m wide and 80cm deep. Calculate the number of planks each with dimensions 5m 25m and 10cm that can be stored in the pit



No. of planks=Volume of pit / Volume of 1 plank
                     =(20*6*0.8)m / (5*0.25*0.1)m
                     =768 planks can be stored.
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No. of planks = Volume of pit / Volume of a plank
= (20*6*0.8) m³/ (5*0.25*0.1) m³
= 768 planks can be stored.
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