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 2 years ago
Patrick and his dad are building a shed in their backyard. They plan to put extra moving boxes filled with memorabilia they do not have room for in their house.
A. His dad does not want the shed to take up too much space in the backyard. Their backyard measures 32 yards by 22 yards. First take 1/8 of the dimensions of the yard. What are the dimensions of the shed in feet? Round your answer to the nearest hundredth. Show and explain all your work.
B. How much area will the shed take up in their backyard? Show and explain all your work.
C. They have built the shed 7 feet high. Now
 2 years ago
Patrick and his dad are building a shed in their backyard. They plan to put extra moving boxes filled with memorabilia they do not have room for in their house. A. His dad does not want the shed to take up too much space in the backyard. Their backyard measures 32 yards by 22 yards. First take 1/8 of the dimensions of the yard. What are the dimensions of the shed in feet? Round your answer to the nearest hundredth. Show and explain all your work. B. How much area will the shed take up in their backyard? Show and explain all your work. C. They have built the shed 7 feet high. Now

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huange
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1Are there parts of the question missing? It's written really vaguely. A. 1/8 of the dimensions of the backyard: 32/8 = 4 22/8 = 2.75 This gives you dimentions of 4x2.75 yards B. Multiply the area: 4x2.75 = 11 yards^2
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