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What is the area in square inches of a rectangle that measures 4 ft by 3 ft ?

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    step by step if someone could please

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    do you know how many inches are in a foot?

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    12in

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    so what are the two dimensions of the rectangle in inches

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    how do i figure that out

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    we know 1 ft = 12 in so 4 ft = 4x 12 in = _____ in & 3 ft = 3x 12 in = _____ in

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    ok how do i find my answer

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    the area of the rectangle is the product of its dimensions

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    yeah but i dont get it i dont get how i get my answer cause these are the answers they gave me to choose from

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    a. 12 in^2 b. 24 in^2 c. 144 in^2 d. 1,728 in^2 e. None of the above

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    can you find \(4\times12=\)

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    its is 1,728 in^2

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    YEAH AND THATS 48 THEN 3 TIMES 12 IS 36 THEN YOU TIMES 48 AND 36 AND YOU GET 1,728in ^2

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    exactly.. you got it... :)

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    yeah thats all there is to it

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