# Sidewalk

Workers will pave a 1-meter-wide sidewalk in the garden with tiles around the block-shaped pool. In the picture, the sidewalk is shown in gray. The dimensions of the bottom of the pool are 8.5 meters and 6 meters. The height of the pool walls is 2 meters.

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