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Nate bought a square sheet of paper of side 14 inches to decorate a pencil box he made in craft class. The pencil box has a height of 6 inches, a width of 3 inches, and a length of 4 inches. Approximately how many square inches of paper will be remaining if he pastes paper on to the bottom base and the four side surfaces of the pencil box without any overlap? Answer 88 in2 94 in2 100 in2 112 in2

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    88 in2 Area of square sheet - surface area of rectangular box 196 - 108 =88 in^2

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