Posted by **arvi** on Monday, February 18, 2013 at 8:41am.

a tailor had 9m of cloth. after making a tablecloth and 4 cushion covers, she had 90 cm of cloth left. if she used twice as much coth to make each cushion cover as the tablecloth, find the lenght of cloth she used to make each cushion cover

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**Jeff**, Monday, February 18, 2013 at 9:05am
Convert the 9m of cloth to cm = 900 cm to start with.

She has 90 cm of cloth left so she used

900 cm - 90 cm = 810 cm of cloth

Let X = cloth for tablecloth

Let 2X = cloth for each cushion cover.

The equation would be:

810 = X + 4 * 2x

810 = X + 8X

810 = 9X

X=90cm

2X=2(90cm) = 180 cm

So the tablecloth = 90 cm, and each cushion cover is 180 cm.

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