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It takes 14 days to make a work 15 meters long, 8 meters wide and 4.75 meters high, at a rate of 6 hours of work each day. If 8 days are spent making another work of the same width and twice the length, working 7 hours a day with the difficulty of this work being 3/4 of the previous one, what is the height of the work?

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Answer to a math question It takes 14 days to make a work 15 meters long, 8 meters wide and 4.75 meters high, at a rate of 6 hours of work each day. If 8 days are spent making another work of the same width and twice the length, working 7 hours a day with the difficulty of this work being 3/4 of the previous one, what is the height of the work?

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La altura de la segunda obra, dadas las condiciones previstas, es de 2,11 metros aproximadamente.

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