Posted by **anoynomous** on Wednesday, March 20, 2013 at 3:46pm.

there is a man who decided to make a garden either in shape of rectangle or parallelogram in front of his house and fence it. but he chooses the rectangle shape. The parallelogram whose length is 20m and width is 14m. The cost of fencing is Rs.2000 per metre.

a) What was the cost incurred by him?

b) Why did he choose a rectangle and not a parallelogram? Which perimeter would have been more-a rectangle or a parallelogram?

(iii) What value of the man is shown here?

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