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28 January, 03:52

Marco's painting has an area of 320 square inches. If the width of the painting is 16 inches, what is the length of the length of the painted?

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  1. 28 January, 04:53
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    If you would like to know what is the length of the painting, you can calculate this using the following steps:

    an area = width * length

    320 = 16 * length

    length = 320 / 16

    length = 20 inches

    The correct result would be 20 inches.
  2. 28 January, 05:08
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    Area = length * width 320 = l * 16 320/16 16/16 320/16 = 20 Length = 20 inches
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