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18 February, 08:59

You have 120 pieces of fabric to make a blanket. Each piece of fabric is a square with a side length of 6 inches. You use as many pieces of fabric as you need.

What is the area of the blanket?

How many pieces of fabric are left over?

How many more pieces of fabric would you need to increase the size of the blanket?

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  1. 18 February, 10:23
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    Given:

    120 pieces of fabric.

    Each fabric is a square with a side length of 6 inches.

    Area of each square = (6in) ² = 36 in²

    36 in² * 120 pcs = 4,320 in² is the total area of the blanket.

    4,320 in² is the maximum area of the blanket. If you only use a few pieces of fabric, simply multiply the number of pieces used by 36 in².
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