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As we know, total weight of rice in a sack = 6.576kg

Now,

Harleen packed the rice equally into 12 packets. thus,

Each packet had $ = \dfrac{{6.576}}{{12}}kg$of rice.

= $.548kg$

As we know $1kg = 1000gram$, so $.548kg \times 1000gram$

\[\; = 548gram{\text{ }}of{\text{ }}rice.\]

Now, she used $4$ packets of

1 packet contains = 548 gram of rice.

$\therefore $4 packets contain $ = \left( {548 \times 4} \right)$ gram of rice

\[{

= 2192{\text{ }}gram{\text{ }}of{\text{ }}rice\; \\

\;\; = 2.192{\text{ }}kg{\text{ }}of{\text{ }}rice. \\

} \]

Now, quantity of rice left is the difference of total quantity of rice & quantity of rice used for cooking

\[= \text{Total amount of rice â€“ amount of rice used}\]

\[ = {\text{ }}\left( {6.576{\text{ }} - 2.192} \right){\text{ }}kg = 4.384kg\]\[ = {\text{ }}\left( {6.576{\text{ }} - 2.192} \right){\text{ }}kg = 4.384kg\]

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