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A carpenter has been hired to cover a 12-foot by 14-foot kitchen with an arrangement of 2-inch square tiles along the outside edges of the floor and 8-inch square tiles for the rest of the floor. The 8-inch square tiles come 24 in a box and the 2-inch square tiles come 48 in a box.

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