# Snow

Snow fell overnight layer of thickness 19 cm. In the morning I had to clear a path 69 m long and one meter wide. How many cubic meters of snow I clear?
How many kilos was it? (1 m3 fresh snow weighs 350 kg)

Result

V =  13.11 m3
m =  4588.5 kg

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