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I need help with a question i will download the question. Thanks

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  1. CliffSedge
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    Can ignore the height of the walls and just find the sq. ft. of the floor.

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  2. mustanggrandmomma
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    Determine the square footage of the room, then multiply that answer by the cost of the padding and the carpet, add the sums together to get your answer.

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  3. Claire4christ
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    10x12=120

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  4. CliffSedge
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    Multiply that by the sum of the costs-per-sq.ft. of the padding and carpet.

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  5. Claire4christ
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    3.88

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  6. Claire4christ
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    A bedroom is 10 ft. by 12. ft. with 8 ft. high walls. How much would it cost to put wallpaper in this room? Cost = $

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  7. Claire4christ
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    @CliffSedge i dont get this one . i just did it but answer doesnt match.

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  8. CliffSedge
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    You need to find the surface area of the walls. Imagine what the room looks like and how big the walls are.

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  9. Claire4christ
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    8ft high

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  10. CliffSedge
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    Not just their height, their area.

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  11. Claire4christ
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    walls are rectangeler right

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  12. CliffSedge
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    Usually...

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  13. CliffSedge
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    I'm assuming we're not furnishing a Hobbit hole.

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  14. Claire4christ
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    so i have to find are of rectageler

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  15. CliffSedge
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    Yes, and you can assume 4 walls. You'll be overestimating because it's not taking into account doors or windows, but that's ok.

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  16. Claire4christ
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    :LxW

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  17. CliffSedge
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    You know how to do it. Work it all out and let me know what you get.

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  18. Claire4christ
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    8x8=64

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  19. CliffSedge
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    None of the walls are 8ft wide.

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  20. Claire4christ
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    you are right

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  21. Claire4christ
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    i know the are of a room so can find the W right

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    120=8xw

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  23. Claire4christ
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    15

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  24. CliffSedge
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    Imagine knocking down all the walls until they laid flat with the floor. |dw:1349656277520:dw|

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  25. CliffSedge
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    The floor is 10 by 12, and two of the walls are 10 by 8, and the other two are 12 by 8.

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  26. CliffSedge
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    You can't divide the area of the floor by the height of the walls to find... well anything, they are not related like that.

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