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A business owner wants to have a rectangular parking lot resurfaced. The lot is 93 feet long by 58 feet wide. Basesd on a cost of $2.47 per square foot, the owner incorrectly estimated that it would cost $12,000 to have the lot resurfaced. Which could be used to get an estimate that is closest to the actual cost of resurfacing the parking lot?

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100 x 60 x 1.5
100 x 60 x 2
90 x 60 x 2
90 x 60 x 1.5

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  1. I say A

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  2. Not 2.47, 1.47

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  3. I would say c

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  4. A, if the cost is 1.47

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  5. I would use C.

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  6. I think its D

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  7. Wow there are a lot of different answers I will just ask some of you fellow students to check your answers again.

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  8. umm the answer is de because you estimate 93 to the nearest tenth which is 90 and then round 58 to the nearest tenth which is 60 and then estimate 1.47 which is 1.5 and then you multiply all of them together and then thats the estimate of how much he has to pay

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