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Stephanie wants to cover a rectangular-shaped ottoman, in its entirety, with new fabric. The ottoman has a length of 44 inches, a height of 29 inches, and a width of 25 inches. How much fabric will she need, at minimum, to cover the ottoman?

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  1. Mertsj
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  2. Mertsj
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    Assuming she will cover all 6 sides: top and bottom: 44x25 = 1100x2=2200 right and left: 29x25 = 725x2=1450 front and back 44x29= 1276x2=2552

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    Add those up

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    so add 2200 and 2552?

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    3,101 square inches 6,202 square inches 6,003 square inches 31,900 square inches so which one is it? i think its B

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