Angela is taping 7 boxes for storage. she uses 1 1/2 feet of tape to close each box. how much tape will angela need to tape the boxes?


B. 10 1/2 feet

Step-by-step explanation:

We are told that she taped 7 boxes.

We are also told that she uses 1 1/2 feet of tape to close each box.

Therefore, the length of tape she will need to use for the 7 boxes will be the product of 7 boxes and 1 1/2 feet of tape per box:

L = 1 1/2 * 7 = 3/2 * 7 = 21/2 = 10 1/2 feet.

She will need to use 10 1/2 feet of tape.

7 times 1.5 is 10.5 feet of tape.
10 1/2 feet
multiply the number of boxes times the amount used for each box

Step-by-step explanation:

\frac{7}{1}*\frac{3}{2}=\frac{21}{2} or 10.5 rolls of tape

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