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# A shop keeper bought 7/9 kg of potatoes. He packed them in to packets. Each containing 14/63 kg of potatoes. Haw many packets of potatoes did he make ?

Arun
25763 Points
one year ago
Dear student

number of packets = total weight / weight of one packet =
$\frac{7/9}{14/63} = \frac{7* 63}{9*14} = \frac{49}{14} = 3.5$$\frac{7/9}{14/63} = \frac{7* 63}{9*14} = \frac{49}{14} = 3.5 = 4 packets$

Hope it helps

Satish sahu
14 Points
one year ago
Hello Dakshi,

A shopkeeper bought potatoes=7/9 kg
Each packet containing potatoes=14/63 kg
=(7×63)/(9×14)
=7/2
=3.5 =4
Since Packet is always full.

I hope it helps you.
Yashraj
915 Points
one year ago

number of packets = t weight / weight of a sigle  packet

no.of packets
=7/9 multiplied by63/14
so ans is 4