anonymous
  • anonymous
Will medal and fan. I would prefer if u just gave answer i am in a hurry. Thanks! Martha is covering kitchen shelves with shelving paper. She has 6 shelves that are each 1 3/4 feet long. She buys 13, 1/4 feet of shelving paper of the correct width. Which equation can be used to determine how much paper she will have left over? A) 6(13 1/4) = S B) 13 1/4+1 3/4- 6 = S C) 13 1/4 - 6(1 3/4)) = S D) 13 1/4(6) + 1 3/4= S
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anonymous
  • anonymous
help plz!
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  • anonymous
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Landon34
  • Landon34
yeah, just put in the equation, and it solves it for you.
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh thanks i will medal
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