Q: What geometric idea does the intersection of the wall and celling?

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Assuming that the wall is even sided, a rectangular prism.

rectangle

thicknesss of wall multiply by height of wall multiply by length of wall and multiply by density of wall (19000)

The answer will depend on why you want the measure. If you simply want to paint it, measuring to the nearest yard should be good enough, and nearest foot will ceratinly be accurate enough. If, on the other hand, you want it decorated in very expensive wall paper the nearest inch might be a better idea.

Area of wall = 8*12*8*12 = 9216 sq inches. Area of each brick = 4*8 = 32 sq inches. Therefore, number of bricks required = 9216/32 = 288. This assumes that the thickness of the wall is 1 brick and that the mortal between bricks occupies no space. For an 8 ft x 8 ft the first is probably not a good idea and the second is totally unlikely.

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Assuming that the wall is even sided, a rectangular prism.

rectangle

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We have examples of their vases that give us an idea of what their wall painting would have been like.

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