Garden

The garden has the shape of a rectangle measuring 19m20cm and 21m60cm. Mr. Novák will fence it. It wants the distance between adjacent pillars to be at least two meters and a maximum of three meters. He would also like the distances between the adjacent pillars to be the same on all sides. What is the distance between the pillars?

Result

x =  240 cm

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