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You are making rectangular posters 24 in. by 15 in. How many square feet of material will you need for 6 posters?

Bobby
24in=2ft
15in=1.25ft
2ft*1.25ft=area of 1 poster=2.5 sq feet
(2.5 sq ft)*6 posters=15 square feet of material.
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