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Willie813

  • 2 years ago

The figure below shows a deck around a swimming pool.How many square feet of tiles would be required to cover the deck?

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  1. luisrock2008
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    the figure, Post the pic

  2. Willie813
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    its posted

  3. Willie813
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    u see the pic

  4. luisrock2008
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    ya

  5. Willie813
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    what happened to jlastino

  6. luisrock2008
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    is one of your choices 2,200

  7. Willie813
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    2250 is one of my choices

  8. luisrock2008
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    hey, what are your choices

  9. Willie813
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    340,850,1350,2250

  10. Jlastino
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    You calculate the area of both the swimming pool and the deck then Area of deck- Area of swimming = Area to be tiled

  11. Willie813
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    and then do what

  12. luisrock2008
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    jlastino that gives you 900

  13. Willie813
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    that's not one of my answers though

  14. Jlastino
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    No it gives you 850. try doing it again

  15. Jlastino
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    55(40) - 45(30) = ?

  16. luisrock2008
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    your right

  17. luisrock2008
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    it is 850

  18. luisrock2008
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    can i still get a medal willie

  19. Willie813
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    thanks dudes your very helpful

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