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# If a room is 16 ft x 19 ft and the door is 3ft x 7 ft the ceiling is 9 ft high. A gallon of paint will cover 77.8 ft square. If you do not paint the door how many gallons do you need to paint the room

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Frist whats the plan ok lets try this converstion factors ok units nowsomething we understand and divide or then use the calcuator orif this a trick question someting trying i dont know ok now so like forcommon everday sitution so you make this equation which is your forumlanow you see the tricky part its mix the paint so i am not bugged on that howmix and get the paint color this after the fact so your not worried huh rightneither am i so your buying a color i dont mix need more paint its whiteis color so convert it all in to something and divide it and did your equation carry though and do all the units just to make sure you get theidea you know not to paint the floor so figure for everything and that in pararanatsis is subtracted off ok a door and windows or open space sostart equation string like inside a box in whats left is dived out gallonsall converted for each term now write your formula equation subtract you didnt paint the floor its the way they state the problem s to paint so

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