Mark M. answered • 20d

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1 ft^{2} = $2,299

30 ft^{2} = (30)($2.299)

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asked • 20dtutor I believe I am correct but i keep second guessing myself . Can you please explain what im doing wrong ?

i took 30 square feet and "X" by 22.99 am i correct?

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Mark M. answered • 20d

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1 ft^{2} = $2,299

30 ft^{2} = (30)($2.299)

30 ft^{2} x $22.99/10ft^{2}

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