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A square room has side lengths of 13 feet. How many 12-inch square tiles will be needed to cover the entire floor? a.)144 b.)169 c.)175 d.)125

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    169

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    13ft = 156in so 13ft x 13ft = 156in x 156in = 24335in^2 Each square tile is 12 x 12 = 144 in^2 The number of tiles is therefore 24335/144 = 169

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    hisbarbie, hit the fan button

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    thanks you expLain everythinq so welL ! : )

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    np

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