4th Class Mathematics Measurement Length, Weight and Capacity Question Bank Measurement

  • question_answer 52) The height of a guava tree is 2.14 m. A coconut tree is thrice as tall as the guava tree. A banana tree is \[\frac{1}{4}\] m shorter than 4 the coconut tree. What is the difference between the heights of the banana and guava trees?

    A)  6.42m                        

    B)  6.17m

    C)    4.03m            

    D)    0.25m

    Correct Answer: C

    Solution :

    The height of a guava tree = 2.14 m The height of a coconut tree = 3 (The height of the guava tree) \[=\text{3 }\times \text{ 2}.\text{14 m}=\text{ 6}.\text{42 m}\] The height of banana tree = The height of coconut tree \[-\frac{1}{4}\text{m}=6.1\text{7 m}\] \[\therefore \] The difference between the heights of the banana and guava trees \[=\text{ 6}.\text{17 m}-\text{2}.\text{14 m}=\text{ 4}.0\text{3m}\]

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