# Questions and Answers

# Your Questions About Section 8 Wallpaper

Lisa asks…

## Something other than these white walls?

I want to do a mural for my babies room in a huge princess castle and have found this wonderful website that does offer mural **wallpaper** (exactly what I’m looking for) in **8** different sectioned panels, BUT I live in an apartment so I cannot **wallpaper** the wall so I was thinking what about wallpapering foam boards. The mural is 12 feet by 9 feet and in **8** sections. My concerns are hanging the foam boards to the wall without damage, and what about the seams for next to each panel. Any thoughts on this would be great!!!

### Administrator answers:

Foam board is too porous and fragil for a project like this. If you want to last a long time, I would suggest using hardboard instead. You can find it at any home center (like Home Depot). As it’s name implies, it is a hard surface, but is very thin (less than 1/2 cm.) AND very strong. You might be able to attach it to the wall by using removable adhesive (also found at home center); it’s like a double-sided, foamy tape, you leave a small tip showing so when you’re ready to take it down, you simply pull at it -parallel to the wall- and it slides right out.

As for the seams, since it will be sectional, there’s no avoiding those. The tighter you squeeze the panels together though, the less visible they will be.

Donald asks…

## Help with my math homework? Pleaseeee?

1. The area of a bedroom in a home could be:

A. 15 kilometers

B. 15 Square feet

C. 15 Milliliters

D. 15 Square inches

2. Mervin’s Karate class starts on April 14 and ends on May 25. About how long is the class?

A. 2 weeks

B. 6 weeks

C. **8** weeks

D. 10 weeks

3. Mary is wallpapering a **section** of wall that measures 4 feet by 9 feet. The **wallpaper** she is using has a square design whereby each square measures 6 inches by 6 inches. How many **wallpaper** squares will it take to cover the **section**?

A. 6

B. 36

C. 144

D. 864

5. Sandy has a surfboard that measures 9 feet. She took it out surfing and broke the nose off. If she broke off the top quarter of the board, what is the remaining length of the board? (Round to the nearest inch)

A. 6 feet 6 inches

B. 6 feet **8** inches

C. 7 feet 1 inch

D. 6 feet 9 inches

6. Which of the following is the appropriate unit to measure the amount of medicine in a medicine dropper?

A. millimeter

B. milliliter

C. milligram

D. pint

**8**. The movie theatre charges $**8**.50 for tickets, but will sell special $10.00 passes for two people. Five friends decide to go to the movies together and split the total cost of the special tickets. What is the price per person?

A. $4.00

B. $4.70

C. $5.70

D. $**8**.50

9. If the sun rose this morning at 5:52am and will set tonight at 7:10pm, how many hours and minutes of “daylight” were between sunrise and sunset?

A. 12 hours 22 minutes

B. 13 hours 2 minutes

C. 13 hours 18 minutes

D. 13 hours 56 minutes

10. Approximately how much water would fill a bathroom sink?

A. 2.5 cubic centimeters

B. 2.5 ounces

C. 2.5 square feet

D. 2.5 gallons

I seriously suck at math, Please helpa girl out

### Administrator answers:

1.) B

2.) B

3.) A

5.) D

6.) B

8.) Either A or C. I can’t tell. Sorry :/

9.) C

10.) D

Hope I helped out there, gurl

Sandra asks…

## I NEED MATH EXPERTSSS! 8TH GRADE MATH.?

1.) If the area of a rectangle is 252 mm2 and the length is 21 mm, what is the width of the base?

Hint: plug the Area and length into the formula and solve for W.

12 mm

15 mm

11 mm

18 mm

2.) What is the area of a square with a side of 9 cm?

18 cm2

36 cm2

81 cm2

108 cm2

3.) Emma is going to help her mom replace the baseboards all the way around the bottom of the walls in their living room. If the room is seven and four-fifths feet by five and two-thirds feet, and the material she is interested in using costs $2.49 per foot, how much will it cost to buy the new baseboard material?

$99.63

$54.23

$100.06

$67.06

4.) If the area of a rectangle is 507 mm2 and the width is 13 mm, what is the length of the base? (This is like #1.)

39 mm

17 mm

13 mm

19.5 mm

5.) What is the perimeter of a parallelogram with bases of 15 cm, side length 37 cm, and height 29 cm?

81 cm

162 cm

104 cm

79 cm

6.) If the length of a rectangle is 9 1/2 cm and the area is 80 3/4 cm2, what is the width of the rectangle?

7 2/3 cm

**8** 1/2 cm

**8** 2/3 cm

9 1/2 cm

7.) What is the height of a triangle with base 1 1/2 m and area 9/20 m2?

2 cm

2/3 cm

3/5 m

5 cm

**8**.) What is the base of a triangle with height **8** m and area 20 m2?

2 m

3 m

4 m

5 m

9.) A **section** of Nathan’s bedroom wall is three hundred thirty-seven centimeters long and one hundred ninety-three centimeters tall. How many square meters of **wallpaper** will it take to cover that **section**? Round your answer to the nearest square meter.

Remember, there are 100 cm in one meter

7 square meters

70 square meters

700 square meters

49 square meters

10.) For a trapezoid:

height = 9 cm

base 1 = 28 cm

base 2 = 14 cm

area = ________

124 cm 2

189 cm2

89 cm 2

121 cm 2

11.) If the width of a rectangle is 2 1/2 mm and the length is 1 4/5 mm, what is the area of the rectangle?

2 1/2 mm 2

3 mm 2

4 mm 2

4 1/2 mm 2

12.) If the width of a rectangle is 7 3/4 m and the length is 5 1/2 m, what is the perimeter of the rectangle?

25 1/2 m

26 1/2 m

23 m

9 1/2 m

13.) If the length of a rectangle is 5 1/3 cm and the width is 9 1/2 cm, what is the area of the rectangle?

50 1/3 cm2

55 2/3 cm2

50 2/3 cm2

55 1/3 cm2

14.) For #14 and #15, find the circumference of each circle. Use 3.14 for pi and round your answer to the nearest hundredth.

radius = 10.14 m

63.68 m

31.84 m

72.66 m

42.31 m

15.)

diameter = **8** cm

50.24 cm

25.12 cm

23.1 cm

52.13 cm

### Administrator answers:

1.12

2.81

3.110.0058

4.39

5.104

6.8 1/2

7.no solution

8.no solution

9.7

10.189

11.4 1/2

12.26 1/2

13.50 2/3

14.63.68

15.50.24

Donna asks…

## math test for those math whizes?

If the area of a rectangle is 252 mm2 and the length is 21 mm, what is the width of the base?

Hint: plug the Area and length into the formula and solve for W.

12 mm

15 mm

11 mm

18 mm

2: What is the area of a square with a side of 9 cm?

18 cm2

36 cm2

81 cm2

108 cm2

3: Emma is going to help her mom replace the baseboards all the way around the bottom of the walls in their living room. If the room is seven and four-fifths feet by five and two-thirds feet, and the material she is interested in using costs $2.49 per foot, how much will it cost to buy the new baseboard material?

$99.63

$54.23

$100.06

$67.06

4: If the area of a rectangle is 507 mm2 and the width is 13 mm, what is the length of the base? (This is like #1.)

39 mm

17 mm

13 mm

19.5 mm

5: What is the perimeter of a parallelogram with bases of 15 cm, side length 37 cm, and height 29 cm?

81 cm

162 cm

104 cm

79 cm

6: If the length of a rectangle is 9 1/2 cm and the area is 80 3/4 cm2, what is the width of the rectangle?

7 2/3 cm

**8** 1/2 cm

**8** 2/3 cm

9 1/2 cm

7: What is the height of a triangle with base 1 1/2 m and area 9/20 m2?

2 cm

2/3 cm

3/5 m

5 cm

**8**: What is the base of a triangle with height **8** m and area 20 m2?

2 m

3 m

4 m

5 m

9: A **section** of Nathan’s bedroom wall is three hundred thirty-seven centimeters long and one hundred ninety-three centimeters tall. How many square meters of **wallpaper** will it take to cover that **section**? Round your answer to the nearest square meter.

Remember, there are 100 cm in one meter

7 square meters

70 square meters

700 square meters

49 square meters

10: For a trapezoid:

height = 9 cm

base 1 = 28 cm

base 2 = 14 cm

area = ________

124 cm 2

189 cm2

89 cm 2

121 cm 2

11: If the width of a rectangle is 2 1/2 mm and the length is 1 4/5 mm, what is the area of the rectangle?

2 1/2 mm 2

3 mm 2

4 mm 2

4 1/2 mm 2

12: If the width of a rectangle is 7 3/4 m and the length is 5 1/2 m, what is the perimeter of the rectangle?

25 1/2 m

26 1/2 m

23 m

9 1/2 m

13: If the length of a rectangle is 5 1/3 cm and the width is 9 1/2 cm, what is the area of the rectangle?

50 1/3 cm2

55 2/3 cm2

50 2/3 cm2

55 1/3 cm2

14: For #13 and #14, find the circumference of each circle. Use 3.14 for pi and round your answer to the nearest hundredth.

radius = 10.14 m

63.68 m

31.84 m

72.66 m

42.31 m

15:

diameter = **8** cm

50.24 cm

25.12 cm

23.1 cm

52.13 cm

### Administrator answers:

1] lb=area

b=a/l=252/21=12

2] a^2=9^2=81

3] 100.6

4] 39

5]104

6] 8 1/2

7] 3/5

8] 5

9]700

10]189

11] 4 1/2

12] 26 1/2

13] 50 2/3

14] 63.8

15] 25.12

Steven asks…

## help with math! please!?

1.) If the area of a rectangle is 252 mm2 and the length is 21 mm, what is the width of the base?

Hint: plug the Area and length into the formula and solve for W.

12 mm

15 mm

11 mm

18 mm

2.) What is the area of a square with a side of 9 cm?

18 cm2

36 cm2

81 cm2

108 cm2

3.) Emma is going to help her mom replace the baseboards all the way around the bottom of the walls in their living room. If the room is seven and four-fifths feet by five and two-thirds feet, and the material she is interested in using costs $2.49 per foot, how much will it cost to buy the new baseboard material?

$99.63

$54.23

$100.06

$67.06

4.) If the area of a rectangle is 507 mm2 and the width is 13 mm, what is the length of the base? (This is like #1.)

39 mm

17 mm

13 mm

19.5 mm

5.) What is the perimeter of a parallelogram with bases of 15 cm, side length 37 cm, and height 29 cm?

81 cm

162 cm

104 cm

79 cm

6.) If the length of a rectangle is 9 1/2 cm and the area is 80 3/4 cm2, what is the width of the rectangle?

7 2/3 cm

**8** 1/2 cm

**8** 2/3 cm

9 1/2 cm

7.) What is the height of a triangle with base 1 1/2 m and area 9/20 m2?

2 cm

2/3 cm

3/5 m

5 cm

**8**.) What is the base of a triangle with height **8** m and area 20 m2?

2 m

3 m

4 m

5 m

9.) A **section** of Nathan’s bedroom wall is three hundred thirty-seven centimeters long and one hundred ninety-three centimeters tall. How many square meters of **wallpaper** will it take to cover that **section**? Round your answer to the nearest square meter.

Remember, there are 100 cm in one meter

7 square meters

70 square meters

700 square meters

49 square meters

10.) For a trapezoid:

height = 9 cm

base 1 = 28 cm

base 2 = 14 cm

area = ________

124 cm 2

189 cm2

89 cm 2

121 cm 2

11.) If the width of a rectangle is 2 1/2 mm and the length is 1 4/5 mm, what is the area of the rectangle?

2 1/2 mm 2

3 mm 2

4 mm 2

4 1/2 mm 2

12.) If the width of a rectangle is 7 3/4 m and the length is 5 1/2 m, what is the perimeter of the rectangle?

25 1/2 m

26 1/2 m

23 m

9 1/2 m

13.) If the length of a rectangle is 5 1/3 cm and the width is 9 1/2 cm, what is the area of the rectangle?

50 1/3 cm2

55 2/3 cm2

50 2/3 cm2

55 1/3 cm2

14.) For #14 and #15, find the circumference of each circle. Use 3.14 for pi and round your answer to the nearest hundredth.

radius = 10.14 m

63.68 m

31.84 m

72.66 m

42.31 m

15.)

diameter = **8** cm

50.24 cm

25.12 cm

23.1 cm

52.13 cm

### Administrator answers:

1.) If the area of a rectangle is 252 mm2 and the length is 21 mm, what is the width of the base?

Hint: plug the Area and length into the formula and solve for W.

12 mm

————————————-

2.) What is the area of a square with a side of 9 cm?

81 cm2

——————————————–

3.) Emma is going to help her mom replace the baseboards all the way around the bottom of the walls in their living room. If the room is seven and four-fifths feet by five and two-thirds feet, and the material she is interested in using costs $2.49 per foot, how much will it cost to buy the new baseboard material?

$67.06

————————–

4.) If the area of a rectangle is 507 mm2 and the width is 13 mm, what is the length of the base? (This is like #1.)

39 mm

—————————–

5.) What is the perimeter of a parallelogram with bases of 15 cm, side length 37 cm, and height 29 cm?

104 cm

—————————–

6.) If the length of a rectangle is 9 1/2 cm and the area is 80 3/4 cm2, what is the width of the rectangle?

8 1/2 cm

————————————-

7.) What is the height of a triangle with base 1 1/2 m and area 9/20 m2?

3/5 m

————–

8.) What is the base of a triangle with height 8 m and area 20 m2?

5 m

————————

9.) A section of Nathan’s bedroom wall is three hundred thirty-seven centimeters long and one hundred ninety-three centimeters tall. How many square meters of wallpaper will it take to cover that section? Round your answer to the nearest square meter.

Remember, there are 100 cm in one meter

7 square meters

————————–

10.) For a trapezoid:

height = 9 cm

base 1 = 28 cm

base 2 = 14 cm

area = ________

189 cm2

——————————

11.) If the width of a rectangle is 2 1/2 mm and the length is 1 4/5 mm, what is the area of the rectangle?

4 1/2 mm 2

—————————-

12.) If the width of a rectangle is 7 3/4 m and the length is 5 1/2 m, what is the perimeter of the rectangle?

26 1/2 m

—————–

13.) If the length of a rectangle is 5 1/3 cm and the width is 9 1/2 cm, what is the area of the rectangle?

50 2/3 cm2

——————

14.) For #14 and #15, find the circumference of each circle. Use 3.14 for pi and round your answer to the nearest hundredth.

Radius = 10.14 m

63.68 m

———————–

15.)

diameter = 8 cm

25.12 cm

Paul asks…

## Did I repeat myself in this list?

Well, EVERYBODY knows that the adolescents **section** have the smartest people on it! So if you guys could check if I put like skin twice, or like that. Thanks!

NOUNS

1) Grandmother

2) Grandfather

3) Brother

4) Sister

5) Cousin

7) Celery

**8**) Eyeglasses

9) Tie

10) Suit

11) Dress

12) Shirt

13) Apron

14) Cranberries

15) Sauce

16) Celery

17) Fork

18) Spoon

19) Knife

20) Supper

21) Stuffing

22) Apricot

23) Grape

24) Peach

25) Apple

26) Banana

27) Family

28) Friends

29) Water

30) Aqua

31) Liquid

32) Fluid

33) Salt

34) Pepper

35) Spices

36) Eyes

37) Nose

38) Eyebrow

39) Hair

40) **Wallpaper**

41) Painting

42) Silver

43) Gold

44) Hairline

45) Ruffles

46) Paint

47) Lips

48) Cheeks

49) Ears

50) Earlobe

51) Platter

52) Flowers

53) Frame

54) Locks

55) Smock

56) Trousers

57) Ladle

58) Utensils

58) Silverware

59) Protein

60) Nutrients

61) Curls

62) Eyelashes

63) Teeth

64) Molding

65) Wrinkles

66) Lines

67) Toupee

68) Wall

69) Pickles

70) Cucumber

71) Lettuce

72) Gelatin

73) Frill

74) Children

75) Elders

76) Parents

77) Grandparents

79) Chin

80) Dimples

91) Vegetables

92) Fruits

93) Poultry

94) Sugar

97) Fats

98) Ponytail

99) Braid

100) Tresses

101) Jewelry

102) Belt

103) Tablespoon

104) Bows

105) Radish

106) Tablecloth

107) Turkey

108) Cup

109) Lemon

110) Sunshine

111) Light

112) Rod

113) Curtains

114) Pole

115) Skin

116) Strips

117) Shadow

118) Reflection

119) Toffee

120) Borders

121) Brunette

122) Crease

123) Thanksgiving

124) Holiday

125) Wing

126) Thigh

127) Drumstick

128) Leg

129) Arm

130) Elbow

131) Shoulder

132) Forearm

133) Hand

134) Wrist

135) Fingers

136) Knuckles

137) Joint

138) Membrane

139) Thumbs

140) Fingernails

141) Forehead

142) Neck

143) Youngster

144) Incisors

145) Pear

146) Redhead

147) Saltshaker

148) Pepper-shaker

149) Table

150) Tabletop

151) Juices

152) Gentlemen

153) Ladies

154) Woman

155) Girl

156) Ladies

157) Men

158) Females

159) Males

160) Boys

161) Dinner

162) Supper

163) Mealtime

164) Americans

165) Cutlery

166) Afternoon

167) Iris

168) Pot

169) Gender

170) Kerchief

180) Pocket

181) Napkin

182) Blemishes

183) Imperfections

184) Flan

185) Caramel

186) Stem

187) Vessels

188) Accessories

189) Eyeball

190) Cornea

191) Waist

192) Spectacles

193) Senses

194) Rouge

195) Germs

196) Bacteria

197) Picture

198) Hips

199) Individuals

200) V-neck

201) Stalk

202) Personality

203) Generations

204) Portrait

205) Nana

206) Granddad

207) Granny

208) Niece

209) Nephew

210) Pals

211) Aunt

212) Uncle

213) Grandpa

214) Grandma

215) Cuisine

216) Imp

217) Partner

218) Misrepresentation

219) Pensioner

220) Senior

221) Citizens

222) Native

223) Rascal

224) Hope

225) Honey

226) Friction

227) Bun

228) Steam

229) Refreshments

230) Sustenance

231) Fare

232) Dissatisfaction

233) Chafing

234) Banquet

235) Rotisserie

236) Autumn

237) Fall

238) Adjustment

239) Fleece

240) Grains

241) Furniture

242) Knowledge

243) Units

244) Space

245) Wisdom

246) Art

247) Pattern

248) Arrangement

249) Muscles

250) Epidermis

Wow, if you can’t read that, your dumber than a 4th grader. I don’t really know how you will make it in college, you probably won’t. If you can’t read that you don’t deserve an education! Dare to prove me wrong?

True, it’s a painting based on Thanksgiving.

### Administrator answers:

Goodness me!

I don’t think skin is repeated.

I only see two things repeated, not really repeated words but the same meaning repeated. You first wrote grandmother and grandfather. Then wrote grandad and granny. Then wrote grandma and grandpa.

Another thing is you wrote gentleman, ladies. Then women and girl, then ladies and men. Then females and males.

I think I see the pattern. You write the first word then after that you write the first thing that comes to your mind, am I right?

Edit: I actually read the whole thing over this time, celery was repeated.

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