Rani Geetha and Naseema live near each other The distance from their houses to the road is 90 feet They decided to tile the path to the road They all bought tiles of different designs and length Rani bought the shortest tile Geetha bought the middle sized one and Naseema bought the longest one If they could tile the path without cutting any of the tiles what is the size of the tiles each has bought Suggest 3 different solutions Explain how you get this answer class 5 math
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Rani, Geetha and Naseema live near each other. The distance from their houses to the road is 90 feet. They decided to tile the path to the road. They all bought tiles of different designs and length. Rani bought the shortest tile, Geetha bought the middle sized one and Naseema bought the longest one. If they could tile the path without cutting any of the tiles, what is the size of the tiles each has bought? Suggest 3 different solutions. Explain how you get this answer. - class 5 math

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Let us write down the factors of 90
90=1*90, 90=2*45, 90=3*30
90=5*18, 90=6*15, 90=9*10
Since, we have to lay down the tiles on the path of 90 feet without cutting so any of the size indicated by the factors will do.
Therefore, the possible solution to tile the path using tiles of length.
1foot, 2 feet, 3 feet; 2 feet, 3 feet, 5 feet; 3feet, 5 feet, 6 feet etc.

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