# The cost of pulling a fence around a square field at Rs 15 per meter is 432. Find the length of each side of the field.

## Perimeter of the field = Total cost/Cost per meter

= 432/15

Length of four sides = 432/15
Length of one side = (432/15) * (1/4)
= 432/60
= 36/5 m

## To find the length of each side of the square field, we need to use the given information about the cost of pulling the fence and the total cost.

Let's assume that the length of each side of the square field is 'x' meters.

The perimeter of a square is given by the formula: Perimeter = 4 * side.

So, the perimeter of the square field, in this case, would be 4 * x = 4x meters.

The cost of pulling the fence is given as Rs 15 per meter. Therefore, the total cost for the 4x meters of the fence would be 15 * 4x = 60x.

According to the problem, the total cost of pulling the fence is Rs 432, which means 60x = 432.

To find the value of 'x', we can rearrange the equation: x = 432 / 60.

Evaluating the equation, we get: x = 7.2.

Hence, the length of each side of the square field is 7.2 meters.