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anonymous

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help please! :)

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    @jcoury

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    gimme a sec helping someone else

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    are you done?

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    omg its like the same thing as before okay

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    yea i know just different numbers, just do the same answer as last time, like the steps and stuff :)

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    Step1. Find the area of the diagram. you can do this by multiplying base times height. 4 x 5=20 inches ^2. Step2. Since the diagram is 1:20 scale, multiply 20 x 20 to get 400 inches ^2, as the area of the full scale room. Step 3. Since the dimensions need to be in inches, divide:400/12, to get 33 and 1/3 feet ^2 as the area of the real room.

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    we good?

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    whats the final answer, can you make the final answer step 4

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    Step1. Find the area of the diagram. you can do this by multiplying base times height. 4 x 5=20 inches ^2 . Step2. Since the diagram is 1:20 scale, multiply 20 x 20 to get 400 inches ^2, as the area of the full scale room. Step 3. Since the dimensions need to be in inches, divide:400/12 Step 4. Dividing 400/12 will give you 33 and 1/3 feet ^2 as the area of the room

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    thank you :)

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    anytime ^_^

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    i have one more question :) ill tag you

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