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# The cost of 4.25 m of cloth is 38.25. Find the cost of cloth per meter ?

## The correct answer is: Perform necessary arithmetic operation and hence find

### Given that the cost of 4.25m of cloth = 38.25

On dividing both the sides by 4.25, we have

Hence cost of cloth per meter = 9

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