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Mrs. Williams is going to plant flowers in a flowerbed like the one shown below:

Mrs. Williams has a bag containing 0.25 cubic feet of soil. She wants to know if this bag of soil will be enough to fill her flowerbed. Which statement explains why the bag of soil will or will not be enough to fill her flowerbed?

A. The bag of soil will not be enough to fill her flowerbed because the volume of the flowerbed is 0.272 cubic feet.

B. The bag of soil will be enough to fill her flowerbed because the volume of the flowerbed is 0.160 cubic feet.

C. The bag of soil will be enough to fill her flowerbed because the volume of the flowerbed is 0.1813 cubic feet.

D. The bag of soil will not be enough to fill her flowerbed because the volume of the flowerbed is 0.544 cubic feet.

Jan 28, 2021

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Volume of the container  is the triangle area x length of the container  (all dimensions in feet)

1/2 b h         x      3.4

1/2 * .4 * .4   x      3.4   = .272 ft= volume of container    You can take it from here !

Jan 28, 2021

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