Algebra
posted by Anonymous .
Calculate the relative error to the nearest tenth, compared to the actual measurements, given the following swimming pool measurements:
Mr. Joe's measurements: 35ft x 17.5ft
Actual measurements: 35ft x 22.75ft
(A) 0.1
(B) 0.2
(C) 0.3
(D) 0.4
I got choice (B) for my answer. Is this correct?
Thanks.

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bobpursley
B is the best answer.

Algebra 
Anonymous
Thanks for the confirmation.
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