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So lost!

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    can u find area of rectangles??

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    I think 1800

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    All you have to do is break up the swimming pool deck into different rectangles, find the are of those rectangles, and add them up.

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    find the area of larger rectangle minus the area of smaller rectangle(pool)

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    area of tiles needed = area of whole - area of swimming pool = 60*40 - 50* 30

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    Yeah, that'll work too.

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    900?

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    900 it is :)

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