# A path 3.5 m wide runs inside along the boundary of a square field whose side is 65m .find the area of the path . also find the cost of manuring the rest of the field at the rate of rs.9 per sq.metre

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The area of the path is 861 square metres.
It will cost Rs 4161.6 to manure the interior at Rs .9 per square metre.

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