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- MarziaJackson$

What is the area in square inches of a rectangle with a length of 6.3 feet, and a width of 2.5 feet?
A.
189 in2
B.
15.75 in2
C.
141.75 in2
D.
2268 in2

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- Vocaloid

Area = width*length
1 ft^2 = 12*12 inches^2 = 144 inches^2

- Kash_TheSmartGuy

\[6.3*2.5=15.75ft ^{2}\]It's B. Confirm it.

- johnweldon1993

^If B were in ft^2 it would absolutely be correct...however we need to convert that to inches^2

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- johnweldon1993

Which as @Vocaloid has pointed out...can be done by multiplying your answer in ft^2 by 144in^2

- Kash_TheSmartGuy

You're wrong. This is just simple area. Just multiply the two sides together and there is your answer. BTW, 144 is not even an option.

- johnweldon1993

Reread the question, the data and the answer choices again please...and I never said it was the answer...as we do not give away answers on this site

- johnweldon1993

Now, @MarziaJackson$ we can make this easier by converting to inches right away...as we can see that the data presented was in ft...and we need inches for our answer...
So
\[\large 6.3ft \times \frac{12inches}{1ft} = 75.6 inches\]
\[\large 2.5ft \times \frac{12inches}{1ft} = 30 inches\]
So now...the area is simply \(\large 75.6in \times 30in = ?in^2\)

- Vocaloid

@Kash_TheSmartGuy:
look at your units

- Vocaloid

the rectangle is 6.3 feet by 2.5 feet, which means that the area is 15.75 feet^2, like you said...
HOWEVER, the answer choices are in inches^2
one square foot is 144 square inches, so how many square inches is 15.75 feet?

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