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 Building a garage 2007-07-29 From charles:I want to build a garage that is 24 feet 4 inches wide by 50 feet long. can you please tell me what the length of one corner is to the other?Answered by Penny Nom. Designing a garage 2006-06-08 From A builder:I'm currently designing a garage and came upon this interesting math problem. I've tried using various methods to solve it but have so far been unsuccessful. I've included a picture as its far easier to show you my question than explain it verbally. I realize it could be done by trial and error but i'm looking for a real solution.Answered by Stephen La Rocque and Penny Nom. A 40% increase in garage space 2004-10-20 From Dianna:A bus company recently expanded and no longer has enough room in its garage for all of its buses. Twelve of the buses have to be stored outside. If the company decides to increase their garage space by 40%, this will give them enough room for all of their current buses, plus enough room to store another twelve in the future. How many buses does the company own?Answered by Penny Nom.

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