math

posted by .

a counter kitchen is 1 meter wide 2 meter long. Eills wants to replace the counter with a granite counter top .Howmany sqare meters of granite will he need.

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. kindergarten

    I need to know what a counter is in order to have my child draw a piece of yarn 3 counters long from the needle. What exactly is a counter?
  2. Algebra

    A rectangular counter top is 16 inches longer than it is wide. If the area of the counter top is 420 square inches, find the length and the width.
  3. science

    What would a counter-example be in math? a.an example that proves the conjecture wrong b.an example to show the formula is wrong c.a very nice granite kitchen-top surface d.an example to show the conjecture is true
  4. physics

    In a local bar, a customer slides an empty beer mug down the counter for a refill. The bartender is momentarily distracted and does not see the mug, which slides off the counter and strikes the floor at distance d from the base of …
  5. problem solving

    place a counter on the left side,place a counter on the right side then color the middle cloud. What is a counter
  6. physics

    In a local bar, a customer slides an empty beer mug down the counter for a refill. The height of the counter is 1.12 m. The mug slides off the counter and strikes the floor 2.00 m from the base of the counter.
  7. math

    A counter in Eills' kitchen is 1 meter wide 2 meter long. Eills wants to replace the counter with a granite counter top .Howmany sqare meters of granite will he need.
  8. Trig application

    Can anyone help me with this problem? I'm so confused. Please help. A security camera is placed 27 feet from the counter at a store. The counter is 18 feet long and the camera is placed 4 feet from one end. What angle, to the nearest
  9. Logic and Reasoning

    Consider the following pattern involving fractions: 15/20=3/4, 15-3/20-4=12/16=3/4 18/15=6/5, 18-6/15-5=12/10=6/5 1.) Make a conjecture about the pattern. Show that the conjecture is true for another example. 2.) Explain how inductive …
  10. Math(Please Help Assignment Due)

    Consider the following pattern involving fractions: 15/20=3/4, 15-3/20-4=12/16=3/4 18/15=6/5, 18-6/15-5=12/10=6/5 1.) Make a conjecture about the pattern. Show that the conjecture is true for another example. 2.) Explain how inductive …

More Similar Questions