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Lindsay will lay a certain number of 18-inch square tiles in a line to form a walkway. Which of the following is NOT a possible length for the walkway if she uses only whole tiles?

A. 6 ft

B. 10 ft 6 in.

C. 25 ft 6 in.

D. 32 ft
yesturday you tell me about the answer is (B) but still is wrong

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