anonymous
  • anonymous
A path will be 10m long, 0.75m wide and 50mm thick - how much concrete will be needed. Could someone show me how to work this out pls
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Do you know how to find the volume of an object? L x W x H.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Just multiply 10000mm by 750mm by 50mm. This will give you the concrete requred in mm^3.
anonymous
  • anonymous
or, .75m x .05m x 10m. This will give you the amount needed in m^3

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Does any of this make sense?
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Thank you :)

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