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A room is 12 ft wide, 18 ft long, and 9 ft high. How many sq

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A room is 12 ft wide, 18 ft long, and 9 ft high. How many square yards of carpet would it take to cover the floor of the room?

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Re: A room is 12 ft wide, 18 ft long, and 9 ft high. How many sq [#permalink] New post 11 Jan 2018, 09:31
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So to covert the floor we only need to use the wide and the length which 12 ft and 18th. We know that one yard equals 3 ft, so the wids is 4 yards and the length is 6.
Lets multiply 6*4 = 24
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