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anonymous
 one year ago
I need help with a surface area question.
Jake is going to put plastic lining inside a rectangular pond. The pond has a width of 6ft, length of 9ft, and a depth of 3ft. Jake incorrectly calculates the surface area of the inside of the pond. What is the correct answer?
He got: 198 ft squared.
He used the formula correctly, but I believe that you have to do the inside of the pool, the correct answer should be 144 ft squared.
anonymous
 one year ago
I need help with a surface area question. Jake is going to put plastic lining inside a rectangular pond. The pond has a width of 6ft, length of 9ft, and a depth of 3ft. Jake incorrectly calculates the surface area of the inside of the pond. What is the correct answer? He got: 198 ft squared. He used the formula correctly, but I believe that you have to do the inside of the pool, the correct answer should be 144 ft squared.

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0I just don't remember how to go about this. An explanation would be appreciated. :)
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