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can someone help me with this question. please
Bedroom 11' x 13' 10"
____ sq ft
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can someone help me with this question. please Bedroom 11' x 13' 10" ____ sq ft
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Shane_BBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
You can simply convert the 13'10" to a fractional footage of 13 5/6 and multiply that times 11' to get the total square footage.
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Claire4christBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
explain me how did you convert 13' 10"
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Shane_BBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
13'10" is the same as \[13'\frac{10}{12}"=13'\frac{5}{6}"\]
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Mr._ScampyBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
I would multiply 11' x 13' first to get it out of the way, so you can work with just the 10". Since you're working with feet, you could say that the 10" is 5/6 of a foot, and multiply 11' x 5/6. Then add (11 x 13) to (11 x 5/6). It's more steps than Shane_B's, but that tends to help me a bit.
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