# In a village 100 acres of land was distributed among 10 farmers. The farmers were very happy because all of them got equal-sized plot of land. How did the head of the Panchayat manage to do this?

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The head of panchayat must have provided each farmer with a land of size 10 acres which will be equal for all the farmers and the total land is also consumed.
this can be found out by dividing the total land by the number of farmers
i.e (100acres/10)= 10 acres for each farmer

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