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# Tricky Question

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04 Jan 2019, 12:25
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Akhtar plans to cover a rectangular floor of dimensions 9.5 meters and 11.5 meters using tiles. Two types of square shaped tiles are available in the market. A tile with side 1 meter costs ₹100 and a tile with side 0.5 meters costs ₹30. The tiles can be cut if required. What will be the minimum cost of covering the entire floor with tiles?

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05 Jan 2019, 00:24
Hi. This is not the right forum to post this question and also, not the correct format. You need to provide answer choices for this question. if it is a PS question, please post it in the PS forum or otherwise, DS if it is a DS one.

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05 Jan 2019, 01:32
mobpsycho1704 wrote:
Akhtar plans to cover a rectangular floor of dimensions 9.5 meters and 11.5 meters using tiles. Two types of square shaped tiles are available in the market. A tile with side 1 meter costs ₹100 and a tile with side 0.5 meters costs ₹30. The tiles can be cut if required. What will be the minimum cost of covering the entire floor with tiles?

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