help please! :)

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what?

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if its 1:30 then take the are which is 4 times 3 =12 and multiply it by 30. That gives you it in inches, then divide by 12 to get feet.

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12 times 30=360 inches then divide by 12, which happens to be 30 feet^2

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could you please fan me?

- anonymous

can you do the work in steps to get the answer and then ill fan you please :)

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okay
4 times 3 is 12, so the area in the diagram is 12 inches
Next, since the scale is 1:30, multiply 12 by 30 which gives you 360 inches
Then coincidentally, since it asks for the area in feet, you divide by 12 (12 inches in a foot) to get 30 feet^2

- anonymous

can you explain it a little bit more in detail please

- anonymous

and write the steps like this for example...
1.....
2....

- anonymous

1 find area of diagram (4 times 3 equals 12 inches)
2 since the scale is 1:30, multiply 12 by 30 to get the area of the real room, which is 360inches^2
3 since they want you to put it in feet, divide by 12 (12 inches in a foot) to get 30 feet^2 as the room's area.

- anonymous

get it? I will draw if i have to just tell me if you need help.

- anonymous

ill fan you dont worry, but i still need a little more detail explanation in the steps and how you got the answer

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- anonymous

what don't you understand so i can help

- anonymous

just explain the steps more, like put more detail into the steps, write everything that helped you get the answer

- anonymous

That's all i did to get the answer.

- anonymous

okay you know how there's 12 inches in a foot right

- anonymous

yea

- anonymous

so on the diagram which is in inches, its 4 times 3 to get the area, correct?

- anonymous

but put it in steps for me please so that

- anonymous

so that its easier for me to understand

- anonymous

Okay

- anonymous

Step 1: multiply 3 by 4 to get the area of the model
Step 2: since the model is a 1:30 representation of the actual room, multiply 12 by 30 (for the actual room), which gives you 360 inches.
Step 3: Since the area of the room is in inches, divide by 12 (because there are 12 inches in a foot) to get 30feet^2 as the area in the room

- anonymous

you could have just told me you wanted to copy and paste the answer XD

- anonymous

lol

- anonymous

and in the steps can you write like the equations you used please
for example like,
12 x 3, etc.

- anonymous

k

- anonymous

Step 1: multiply 3 x 4 to get the area of the model
Step 2: since the model is a 1:30 representation of the actual room, multiply 12 x 30 (for the actual room), which gives you 360 inches.
Step 3: Since the area of the room is in inches, divide:360/12 (because there are 12 inches in a foot) to get 30feet^2 as the area in the room

- anonymous

but solve them too

- anonymous

Step 1: multiply 3 x 4 to get the area of the model, which is 12 inches
Step 2: since the model is a 1:30 representation of the actual room, multiply 12 x 30 (for the actual room), which gives you 360 inches.
Step 3: Since the area of the room is in inches, divide:360/12 (because there are 12 inches in a foot) to get 30feet^2 as the area in the room

- anonymous

what grade are you in

- anonymous

what does this mean.. ^2

- anonymous

hold on

- anonymous

don't submit hold on

- anonymous

Because if you didn't learn that yet then i don't want to muddy the waters

- anonymous

is the answer right?

- anonymous

dude it depends i need to know if you learned ^2,^3 yet thats why i asked what grade.

- anonymous

Step 1: multiply 3 x 4 to get the area of the model, which is 12 inches
Step 2: since the model is a 1:30 representation of the actual room, multiply 12 x 30 (for the actual room), which gives you 360 inches.
Step 3: Since the area of the room is in inches, divide:360/12 (because there are 12 inches in a foot) to get 30feet as the area in the room
This is the correct one.

- anonymous

im in 7th

- anonymous

going into 7th?

- anonymous

no going into 8th

- anonymous

same here but im in algebra 2 and geometry that's why i asked. The last post is the correct one you can copy and paste

- anonymous

are you homeschooled

- anonymous

no

- anonymous

oh ok

- anonymous

don't forget to fan XD

- anonymous

Step 1: multiply 3 x 4 to get the area of the model, which is 12 inches
Step 2: since the model is a 1:30 representation of the actual room, multiply 12 x 30 (for the actual room), which gives you 360 inches.
Step 3: Since the area of the room is in inches, divide:360/12 (because there are 12 inches in a foot) to get 30feet as the area in the room
so is this the correct one?

- anonymous

yup gtg but what math are you in

- anonymous

wait, are you sure its right because i dont want to get it wrong

- anonymous

yup

- anonymous

how do you know

- anonymous

wait

- anonymous

Step 1: multiply 3 x 4 to get the area of the model, which is 12 inches^2
Step 2: since the model is a 1:30 representation of the actual room, multiply 12 x 30 (for the actual room), which gives you 360 inches^2.
Step 3: Since the area of the room is in inches, divide:360/12 (because there are 12 inches in a foot) to get 30feet^2 as the area in the room
This is the correct im sure of it

- anonymous

Why?
because im in algebra and geometry XD

- anonymous

gtg pal

- anonymous

lol okay i trust this answer :)

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