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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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    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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