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Joe purchased some blue suede material to use as the surface of his pond. The amount of suede used to cover the pond cost about $13.10. What is a good estimate of the cost of the suede to cover the real-life pond?

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  1. anonymous
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    need specifics

  2. anonymous
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    the ratio is 1:12

  3. anonymous
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    that website has the problems on it

  4. anonymous
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    Just multiply by 12, so \[13.10*12=157.2\]

  5. anonymous
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    Pretty sure that is correct, and i cant access your doc. it says Bad request

  6. anonymous
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    you need to copy and paste the whole thing

  7. anonymous
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    Yeah my answer is correct,

  8. anonymous
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    for number 5. would the answer be 1.71 feet?

  9. anonymous
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    Yeah, thats what I'm getting well done !

  10. anonymous
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    will you help me with 6 and 9 also please

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    \[12*7= 84\]

  12. anonymous
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    thats 6.

  13. anonymous
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    \[11*12= 132\] Being Canadian and working with centimeters mostly, I'm not entirely sure to answer yes or no, lemme just check real quick

  14. anonymous
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    Yes, It is a reasonable size, i believe I don't really measure cows in my free time... :P

  15. anonymous
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    lol thank you so much for your help

  16. anonymous
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    No problem

  17. anonymous
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    can you help me with a few more?

  18. anonymous
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    sure

  19. anonymous
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    I g2g here soon though just a couple

  20. anonymous
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    The ratio of the lengths of corresponding sides of two similar polygons is 3:7 what is the ratio of their areas?

  21. anonymous
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    details? lol

  22. anonymous
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    thats all the question says

  23. anonymous
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    Lolwut? can't answer anything from that :P

  24. anonymous
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    yeah thats all the question says

  25. anonymous
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    http://www.sonorahs.org/ourpages/auto/2010/4/28/54553484/M3C11CGD.pdf this website is the page im working on

  26. anonymous
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    Sorry i got no clue w/o numbers

  27. anonymous
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    ahh ok its the pictures

  28. anonymous
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    well actual i need help with 5-14

  29. anonymous
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    7:10 i think

  30. anonymous
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    Eff i got no clue, i gotta peace out sorry couldn't stick around

  31. anonymous
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    its okay thanks for your help

  32. anonymous
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    No problem, just ask someone else they'll know hopefully and don't forget to thumb me ;)

  33. anonymous
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    already did:)

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