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The floor of a rectangular deck has an area of 600 square feet. The floor is 20 feet wide. How long is the floor? A. 30 ft. B. 15 ft. C. 20 ft. D. 45 ft.
The floor of a rectangular deck has an area of 600 square feet. The floor is 20 feet wide. Floor length = 600/20 = 30 ft.
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The floor of a rectangular deck has an area of 600 square feet. The floor is 20 feet wide. Floor length = 600/20 = 30 ft.
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