Posted by **CINDY** on Tuesday, March 22, 2011 at 5:20pm.

THREE PAINTINGS ARE SHAPED LIKE AN 8 FOOT SQUARE A 7 FOOT BY 4 FOOT RECTANGLE AND A TRIANGLE AND A TRIANGLE WITH A 6 FOOT BASE AND A HEIGHT OF 7 FEET IF THOSE PAINTING ARE HUNG TOGETHER ON THE OUTSIDE OF THE BUILDING, HOW MUCH OF THE BUILDING WALL WILL THEY COVER ALL TOGETHER?

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