A rectangle floor tile has its dimension to the nearest 0.1 metres.

1.6m x 2.3m

the tile is only able to sustain a maximum pressure of 200 newtons per square meter (n/m^2), correct to the 5n/m^2

Given that pressure = force/area

work out the maximum force, in newtons, that can safely be applied to the tile.

also its using limits of accuracy and upper and lower bounds.

its not:

736

786.09375

785.19375

1.6m x 2.3m

the tile is only able to sustain a maximum pressure of 200 newtons per square meter (n/m^2), correct to the 5n/m^2

Given that pressure = force/area

work out the maximum force, in newtons, that can safely be applied to the tile.

also its using limits of accuracy and upper and lower bounds.

its not:

736

786.09375

785.19375

(edited 4 months ago)

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