8th grade pre algerbra
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problem solving investigation: draw a diagram problem: kelly is using 3inch square tiles to cover a 4foot by 2foot area the tiles are 0.5 inches tall if the tiles were stacked on top of each other to create a tower, how many inches tall would the tower be?
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