# Hole

They fill shape hole with dimensions 2.9 m, 17 m, 15.2 m with 97 m3 of soil. How many percent it fill up?

Correct result:

p =  13 %

#### Solution:

$p = 100 \cdot \dfrac{ 97 } { 2.9\cdot 17\cdot 15.2} = 13 \%$

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