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Pat starts with two identical square pieces of paper. On the first one, she draws straight lines that divide the paper into a 3-by-3 grid of squares. The total length of the lines she draws is 18 cm.

On the second piece of paper, Pat draws straight lines that divide the paper into a 6-by-6 grid of squares.

What is the total length of the lines that Pat draws on the second piece of paper?

Jun 18, 2021

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Continuing the pattern from the 3 by 3 piece of paper, you get that the total length is 36 for a 6 by 6 piece of paper.

Jun 18, 2021
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I'm not Phill or Melody, but I think that I can help you.

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First, I'm gonna correct your question:

"The total length of the lines she draws is 180 cm."     (NOT 18 cm)

On the second piece of paper, Pat drew only 4 lines, and each line was 18 cm long.

Jun 18, 2021
edited by jugoslav  Jun 18, 2021
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Just as Jugoslav pointed out, there's a mistake in this question; namely, instead of 18 cm, should be 180 cm!

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The total length of the lines in the 1st square is 180 cm.

The total length of the lines in the second square is 72 cm.

civonamzuk  Jun 19, 2021
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Thanks Jugoslav :)

here is the original thread.  NaturalDisaster failed to say so but this is a repost.

https://web2.0calc.com/questions/i-need-help-asap_39

Jun 18, 2021