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The volleyball court -if it id 80 ft long and 50 ft wide, how would you find the dimensions of the court? Explain please! Remember that I am a 6th grader. Please don't give me a 10-12th grade answer.

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    You've already given the dimensions: 80 ft long and 50 ft wide.

    Do you need to find the area?

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    I think. I am honestly not sure what to do.

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    To find the area, multiply the length times the width.

    A = LW
    A = 80 * 50
    A = 4,000 square feet

    If you need to find the perimeter (the distance around), then you need to add all four sides.

    P = 2L + 2W
    P = (2 * 80) + (2 * 50)
    P = 160 + 100
    P = 260 feet

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    Thank you!

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    You're welcome.

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