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a room is 25ft long, 20 ft wide, and12ft tall. What is the volume of the room ? Second question a carpet is 2.5m long and 0.75m wide. What is the area of the carpet in square meters ?

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V=25•20•12 =...
A= 2.5•0.75 = ,,,

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6000 and 1.875 ?

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Right.

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