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-- Plywood normally comes in 4-ft x 8-ft sheets = 32 square feet.

-- The area you have to cover is 10-ft x 12-ft = 120 square feet.

You need 120/32 = 33/4 sheets worth of material, but you'll have to

figure out for yourself how to cut it.

Q: How many sheets of plywood are needed to completely cover a rectangle shape by measuring 10ft by 12feet?

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Assuming it is a rectangle, it is 156 feet2.

assuming that's 12feet x 12feet, 16 square yards.

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Assuming it is a rectangle, it is 156 feet2.

120 ft

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12 x 10 = 120 sq ft

12 feet x 16 feet = 27,648 square inches

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assuming that's 12feet x 12feet, 16 square yards.

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