Posted by **Julissa** on Sunday, January 11, 2009 at 2:49pm.

Example: Carlos buys 1 gallon and 2 quarts of paint for a single coat, his house is 350 square feet, in order to increase volume of paint when painting the inside and outside of the house, carlos would need slightly more than a gallon if the walls are unpainted. Carlos haves 4 walls to paint inside and outside the house. How can Carlos increase the volume of paint?

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