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tremors280
 2 years ago
Xenia is ordering a cake for her friend’s wedding. She knows that there will be 110 guests at the wedding, and she is trying to decide how large a cake to order. She has been told that each guest should get a piece of cake that is 4 inches by 4 inches. She would like to buy a tiered, square threelayer cake and is trying to decide which sizes of cakes to order. Which combination of cakes should she get? The available sizes, in inches, are:
32 × 32
28 × 28
24 × 24
20 × 20
16 × 16
12 × 12
8 × 8
tremors280
 2 years ago
Xenia is ordering a cake for her friend’s wedding. She knows that there will be 110 guests at the wedding, and she is trying to decide how large a cake to order. She has been told that each guest should get a piece of cake that is 4 inches by 4 inches. She would like to buy a tiered, square threelayer cake and is trying to decide which sizes of cakes to order. Which combination of cakes should she get? The available sizes, in inches, are: 32 × 32 28 × 28 24 × 24 20 × 20 16 × 16 12 × 12 8 × 8

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tremors280
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Answers: A. 8 × 8, 12 × 12, and 16 × 16 B. 16 × 16, 20 × 20, and 24 × 24 C. 20 × 20, 24 × 24, and 28 × 28 D. 24 × 24, 28 × 28, and 32 × 32
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