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A room has 2 sections as shown in the picture below. Which expression uses the Distributive Property to find the total area of the room?

the picture is a rectangle in the first section there us the number in the left side 14 in the bottom side 8 and in the other section in the bottom side the number is 4.

A. 14 + (8 × 4)


B. 14 × (8 + 4)


C. 14 × 8 x 4


D. 14 × 8 × 14 × 4
my answer is c

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  1. please help me

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    posted by angy
  2. gee - impatient much?
    C is the volume of a brick with sides 4,8,14
    I don't think that fits with yoor rectangle explanation.
    Does a number "in" a rectangle mean its area?

    The whole description is rather vague.
    B is the only choice which uses the distributive property.

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    posted by Steve
  3. it does have to do with the area

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    posted by angy
  4. STOP CHEATING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Wynell Fowler

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  5. im not cheating and if you are here in this website you are cheating to you know bro

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