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00:00 - 00:59 | are question in the face of a wall measure 30 hours by 24 years if the wall is to be completely covered with square bricks measuring 3 yards on each side how many bricks will be needed to cover the world so solution will be we are given the area of the wall a wall is a rectangular wall to the area of wall will be length into breath that is 30 into 24 and we are given that the brakes are square brick measuring 3 hours each side so the area of one brick will be side to side that 3 into 3 this will be 9 and we are required to find the number of bricks that will be needed to cover the whole war so we know that area of one brick |

01:00 - 01:59 | X the total number of break which covers the whole wall is equal to area of bol do now area of one brick is 9 x the total number of bricks if we suppose the number of X which is equal to area of ball that 30 into 24 so now here 9 is being multiplied zone shifting it to the right inside get / equal to 30 into 24.9 sunao Re and 10382 x is equal to 80 that 80 bricks cover the whole wall measuring 30 yards by 24 yaar |

02:00 - 02:59 | to 10000 |

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