Along a Yard 225 Meters Long, 26 Trees are Planted at Equal Distance, One Tree Being at Each End of the Yard. What is the Distance Between Two Consecutive Trees?

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Explanation

Along a yard 225 meters long

26 trees are planted at equal distance.

The illustration gives you the real picture of the question that 26 tress have 25 gaps between them.

So, in order to get the answer; simply we can divide 225 over 25 (225/25 = 9m required answer).

To Find

Distance between two consecutive trees = ?

Solution

Length of yard = 225m (given)

No. of trees = 26 trees (given)

Total number of gaps between 26 trees = 25

Required distance between two consecutive trees = 225/25 = 9m answer

Conclusion

Along a yard 225 meters long, 26 trees are planted at equal distance, one tree being at each end of the yard. The distance between two consecutive trees would be 9m.

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