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Question

(a) How many bags of sugar are there in this box?

(b) How many extra bags can be filled in this box?

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Solution

(a) There are 3 vertical columns of sugar bags in this box.

The first column has 9 bags of which 5 can be seen and the other 4 are completely hidden.

The second column has 6 bags of which 4 can be seen, and similarly, the third column has 3 bags.

So, the total number of bags = 9 + 6 + 3 = 18.


(b) Now, in the second column, we can see that there is space for 3 more bags and the third column has space for 6 more bags.

The remaining space can be filled with 2 more vertical columns, each having 9 bags.

So, there is a space in the box for 3+6+(9×2)=9+18=27 more bags.

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