# math (Ms.Sue)

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your room has 2 windows.Each window occupies 11.76 square ft of wall space.if the windows are each 2.8 ft wide,how tall is each window?

my answer is 4.2 ft,am i right? if not tell why.

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Right again!

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you are correct

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28ft.

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