Posted by **mota** on Saturday, March 8, 2008 at 8:10am.

a quilter wants to use as many of his 65 small fabric squares as possible to make one large square quilt .

A- how many small squares can the quilter use ?

B- how many small squares would he ahve left ?

C- how many more squares would the quilter need to make the next largest possible square quilt ?

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