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Alice is covering a foam cube with fabric to make a fool stool. Each side of the cube is 20 inches. How many square inches of fabric will she need?

Im thinking 20*4

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  1. 20*20= ANS
    ANS*6= the square inches needed

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  2. Amb is right.

    20*20 = area of one side.

    there are 6 sides to a cube.

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