# Tailor

From the rest of the cloth tailor could cut off either 3 m in men's suits without vest or 3.6 m with vest.

What shortest possible length could the rest of the cloth have?

How many suits

a) without a vest

b) with vest could make the tailor from the rest of the fabric wear?

What shortest possible length could the rest of the cloth have?

How many suits

a) without a vest

b) with vest could make the tailor from the rest of the fabric wear?

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