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Noah built a fenced dog run that is 8 yards long and 6 yards wide.He placed post at every corner and every yard along the length and width of the run.How many post did he use?

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    8*2+6*2+4
    16+12+4=32 posts

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    32 posts!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    the answer is 32 posts

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    Can you eexplain how?

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    14

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    Noah built a fenced dog run that is 8 yards long
    and 6 yards wide. He placed posts at every corner and
    every yard along the length and width of the run. How
    many posts did he use

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    32 posts because Noah put 2 posts for each yard and he would put 1 post for each corner.8 yards would have 16 posts and 6 yards would have 12p=28 and 4 more so 32 is the answer.

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