#### Question

A godown measures 40m × 25 m × 10 m. Find the maximum number of wooden crates each measuring 1.5 m

× 1.25 m × 0.5 m that can be stored in the godown.

#### Solution

Given go down length`(l_1)=40m.`

`Breath (b_1 ) = 25m.`

`Height (h_1 ) = 10m.`

`"Volume of wooden crate"=l_1xxb_1xxh_1=40xx25xx10m^3`

`=10000m_3`

Wood of wooden crate= `l_2xxb_2xxh_2`

`=1.5xx1.25xx0.25m^3=0.9375m^3`

Let m wooden creates be stored in the go down volume of m wood crates = volume of go down

`0.9375xxn=10000`

`n=(10000)/(0.9375)=10,666.66,`

Thus, 10, 666 66 wooden crates can be stored in go down.

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Solution A Godown Measures 40m × 25 M × 10 M. Find the Maximum Number of Wooden Crates Each Measuring 1.5 M × 1.25 M × 0.5 M that Can Be Stored in the Godown. Concept: Volume of a Cuboid.