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March 27th, 2019, 02:35 AM   #1
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Can some one show me how to do this problem

How many sheets of 3/4" X 4' X 8' ply Wood are required to cover a 24' X 32' floor?

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sheet size 4' X 8'
sheet size 24' X 32'
Max, can you calculate the area of each?
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Six sheets would cover 24' × 8', so 24 sheets would cover 24' × 32'.
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