Take the dark green fraction pieces and place them on the red circle. When all the pieces have been placed correctly you will see that the green pieces cover the red exactly.
A 30 foot circle covers about 707 square feet. 23 pieces would technically cover that. I'd get 30 of them so I wouldn't have to cut any of them.
cow hide. Leather. Four pieces of leather sewn together cover a rubberised inflatable.
A big circle.
They cover approx 7/10.
6 pieces of plywood will cover this area without a lot of piecing.
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3.5 sheets to cover that.
3 pieces, one in each slit of the matzo cover
A biggon is a cap or hood with pieces which cover the ears.
i think it is 6 percent
72/100 i think
71% of Earth's surface
It is a chessboard w/ pieces that is surrounded by black.
On the cover is a picture of two chess pieces, one white, and one red.
A circle with a diameter of 77 feet will cover 4657 square feet.
Antarctica covers about 10% of the earth's surface, making the fraction one-tenth.
About 1/3 of the earth.