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The swimming pool dimensions are as follows: l:w:h = 10:4:1. The pool can hold 625 m3 of water. Calculate how many square meters of tiles need to be purchased for lining the pool walls if we add 5% for waste.

Correct answer:

S =  446.25 m2

Step-by-step explanation:

V=625 m3 a:b:c=10:4:1 = 10x:4x:1x  V=abc V = 10x 4x x = 40 x3 x=3V/40=3625/40=25=2.5 m  a=10 x=10 2.5=25 m b=4 x=4 2.5=10 m c=x=2.5=25=2.5 m  o=2 (a+b)=2 (25+10)=70 m  S1=a b+o c=25 10+70 2.5=425 m q=100%+5%=1+1005=1.05  S=q S1=1.05 425=446.25 m2

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