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 Covering the ceiling of a garage 2017-02-20 From DeAnna:I am trying to drape a 15 x 30 garage with yards of fabric. If the yard of fabric is 60 inches wide, would 10 1/4 yards be enough for my space?Answered by Penny Nom. Covering a site with 6 inches of rock 2016-04-26 From Carla:if a pump house that measures 20'x16' sits in the middle of a site that is 50'x60' and you apply crushed rock to the site at depth of 6", how many yards will you need to haul?Answered by Penny Nom. Covering a 12 inch by 12 inch square hole 2014-07-02 From Patricia:I am putting in a new bathroom fan. I am wondering if a new light with a 15 inch diameter will cover the existing square hole which is 12 by 12 inches? If the existing hole is 11 1/2 by 11 1/2 inches? Also, if the 15 inch diameter does not cover the 12 by 12 hole, what size diameter would? Thank you.Answered by Penny Nom. Covering a styrofoam ball with fabric 2013-09-11 From Alice:I am trying to create a pattern in order to cover a styrofoam ball with fabric. The pattern needs to be done in such a way as to have only a center seam, rather than several vertical lines as in slicing a melon.Answered by Chris Fisher. How many 20"X20" tiles do I need to cover 90 sq. ft? 2010-03-23 From Karen:How many 20"X20" tiles do I need to cover 90 sq. ft.Answered by Penny Nom. Wall covering 2008-12-10 From Jeanie:I need to convert 14 LY of wallcovering (54" wide) to square feet. Can you please help me?Answered by Penny Nom. Covering 1, 1/2, 1/3,... 2000-08-22 From Wallace:Consider the points 1, 1/2, 1/3, ... on the real number line. You are given five small bars, all of length p, which are to be placed on the number line such that all points will be covered. What is the minimum value of p that will allow you to do this? Answered by Penny Nom.

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