# The excavation

The excavation for the city sewer was 38 m long, 2.2 m wide, and 3 m deep.

a) How many cubic meters of soil were dredged

b) How many journeys had to be made by one car when removing the soil, if they loaded an average of 4.5 m of cubic soil on each journey?

a) How many cubic meters of soil were dredged

b) How many journeys had to be made by one car when removing the soil, if they loaded an average of 4.5 m of cubic soil on each journey?

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