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helpmeplz311

  • 2 years ago

A present has a length of 14 inches, width of 10, and height of 7. What is hte minimum amount of wrapping paper needed to wrap the gift?

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  1. helpmeplz311
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    @dmezzullo

  2. dmezzullo
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    what do u do like add multiply subtract or divide?

  3. helpmeplz311
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    the one ur on right now,in fact

  4. helpmeplz311
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    thats wwt im trying to figure out

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    @thinker1

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    @SchoolSlacker

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    do u inow what to do?:/

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    plz thinker

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    |dw:1352378341047:dw|

  11. thinker1
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    2*(7*10)+2*(7*14)+2*(10*14)

  12. helpmeplz311
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    can u rrewrite the equation? cant cnur drawing completely

  13. SchoolSlacker
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    Okayy, this is pretty simple you need to find the area of all six sides

  14. thinker1
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    and that's what i have given

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    Yeh

  16. helpmeplz311
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    tnx thinker i just work the equation out and thats it?

  17. SchoolSlacker
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    @thinker1 Next time, i would sugget give some worded help to understand the equation

  18. thinker1
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    thanks

  19. helpmeplz311
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    tnx thinker.

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