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Andrea had 250 square feet of carpeting to use in her living-room floor. the floor is a regtangle with width of 14 feet and a length of 16 feet.how many square feet will be left over if she uses the carpeting as wall to wall carpeting in her living room?

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  1. anonymous
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    now you only need to calculate the area of the room

  2. lolo
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    16 x 14

  3. anonymous
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    yes, so how do you get the answer?

  4. lolo
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    224 ?

  5. anonymous
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    that is the area of the room

  6. lolo
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    yes so how do i get the answer?

  7. anonymous
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    Andrea (nice name) has 250 square feet material and the room is 224, so how much will remain?

  8. anonymous
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    the answers are A.26 B.36 C138 D190

  9. lolo
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    A and thats not my name

  10. anonymous
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    yes A, I assumed its not your name :-)

  11. lolo
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    sit yo old self down .............

  12. anonymous
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    =P

  13. lolo
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    lmaoooooo

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