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Eric has a straight garden path which is 2' x 15'. He wants to cover it with tiles that are each 1' x 2'.How many ways can he do this?

The 2' length of each tile will cover the width of the path. How many 1' widths are needed for the length of the path?

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Eric has a straight garden path which is 2' x 15'. He wants to cover it with tiles that are each 1' x 2'.HOW MANY WAYS CAN HE DO THIS?
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