Mrs. Hernanadez is covering the top of a kitchen shelf that is 26 3/8 inches long and 15 1/2 inches wide. She incorrectly measures the length to be 25 inches long. How will this error affect her calculations? (help me understand this ?)
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well if u were in carpentry this is better than cutting it short but what i think they want to know is how it is going to change the way it is layed out
nvm i read it rong
idk how to word this ik how it will change it but idk how to word it im sorry
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If you want a cover that is 26 3/8 inches long, but you get a cover that is 25 inches long, what will happen when you put the cover on the shelf ?
Is the cover the correct size ?
ug but if the cover is just the inside of it then the cover will just fall in
Also, the question asks
** How will this error affect her calculations? **
what calculations do they mean ?
a.It will cause her to overestimate the shelf by about 25 square inches
c.It will cause her to overestimate the shelf by about 21 square inches
b.It will cause her to underestimate the shelf by about 25 square inches
d.It will cause her to underestimate the shelf by about 21 square inches
Those are the options :/
Those are goofy choices
i would say d but it could also be c
the length will be underestimated by about 1 3/8 inches
I would ask your teacher about this question, because those answer choices are wrong and confusing.
Okay cause I'm utterly confused with this question,thanks for trying to help though
do you know how of rectangle ? its length and breath?
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