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# Can a sheet cover the table? (1) The sheet is 4 cm wide by 6

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Can a sheet cover the table?

(1) The sheet is 4 cm wide by 6 cm long.
(2) The area of the sheet of glass is 5 cm2.

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09 Jul 2007, 05:14
nick_sun wrote:
Can a certain rectangular sheet of glass be positioned on a rectangular tabletop so that it covers the entire tabletop and its edges are parallel to the edges of the tabletop?

(1) The tabletop is 36 inches wide by 60 inches long.
(2) The area of one side of the sheet of glass is 2400 square inches.

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(1) Insufficint; where is the sheet of glass?
(2) Insufficient: where is the tabletop?
(1)+(2) Insufficient: For example, the sheet of glass is 1 inch wide by 2400 inches long. So long...
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09 Jul 2007, 07:00
Great explanation wudy!

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