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The oldest painting in the museum is 225.75 years old. If the painting is washed for 15 times, the time span between the consecutive washings is .

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13.03 years
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14.04 years
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15.05 years
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16.06 years
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The correct option is C 15.05 years
Age of the painting =225.75 years.

Total number of washings completed =15.

So, the time taken between two consecutive washings =225.75÷15

Calculating 225.75÷15 by standard algorithm process,


Upon calculation, you get the final quotient as 15.05.

Therefore, the time taken between the consecutive washings of the painting is 15.05 years.

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