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It was pre-partitioned to that size, and more memory is available for another partiton (or to be added to that one).
You accidentally partitioned it to that size when you formatted it.
The hd isn't the size you thought.
You can right-click "Computer", click Manage, click left of "Storage" to expand, click "Disk Management". It should show you Disk 0 which is usually your C: drive, what percentage was used, then whether un-formatted/partitioned hd space is available.
Can you copy them to another computer? More than likely, they actually are corrupt. The thing that made floppy disks unreliable long term is that they are subject to magnetic fields. Any magnetic field will corrupt the data stored on them. And electrical current produces magnetic fields. So, if you stored the disks near any electricity, they have become corrupt. In a handbag with a cellphone, on top of a computer or monitor, etc. ...you get the idea. They will last forever if stored properly...but most poeple don't. I have some 10 years old (and I don't even have a drive for them anymore) and I not too long ago pulled my resume off one of them..but if not handled exacly right, they crash. Let me know if you think this is your problem, or if you are certain you stored them correctly and really think it is something else we'll look deeper.
This question is strangely worded and does not pertain to floppy drives. However, taking all information here as given and sufficient enough to form the equations, you arrive at the following: X=Y+60
60(3.25) = 195 One tenant must pay $195 more for his extra 60square ft. (975-195)/2=390 The remaining rent (assuming the given info is all that is needed to solve) 390/3.25=120 is divided between the two and represents the rent of the smaller bedroom. y=120 sq ft The rent of the smaller room holder is divided by $3.25 to reach the sq ft. so, x=180 sq ft