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  1. anonymous
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    Find the area of a square tile that is 3 feet long on each side. A. 3 ft² B. 6 ft² C. 9 ft² D. 12 ft²

  2. anonymous
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    Area of a square: \(A = s^2=3^2=?\)

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    ok

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    so A

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    NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!c

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    yes c. 9 sq ft

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    thanl you

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    yw

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    Multiply. 40.631 · 0.17 A. 6.90727 B. 6.9727 C. 69.0727 D. 690.727

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    |dw:1443454282171:dw|

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    i know it's messy, but let's work with it anyways. you treat it like you would any other multiplication problem. start by lining them up like i did at the top (it doesn't matter if the decimals line up)

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    then you take the 7 from the .17 and multiply it with each digit in the top number, going right to left. (you start with 7 because its in the "1" place). you with me so far?

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