in the new york giants football stadium, the grass surface is 433ft long and 269ft wide. what is the area of the grass surface outside the playing field?

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

You need to Google for the dimensions of a regulation US football field. The field itself is 100 yards, of course, but I forgot how deep each end-zone is, and I forgot the regulation width.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

with the end zone it is 120 yd. the width 53 1/3

OpenStudy (anonymous):

So we'll convert to feet first...
120*3 = 360 in length
53*3 +1 foot = 160 feet in width.
Multiply together to get the interior width.
Multiply the total grass dimensions to get the total grass area.
Then subtract the playing field from the total grass area to find the number of square feet of grass that is outside the playing field in Giant's Stadium.

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no not yet

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

OK Try this:
(433*269)-(360*160) = ?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

ok i got 47,880. by any chance is that right?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

ok let me try the problem u gave me

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Check you arithmetic again:
I'm getting 58,877 square feet of grass.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

yeah i just got that right now

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

Great. Good luck!

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thank you so much!

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hi i am going to have sandr HELP ME WITH THAT QUESTION YOU HADE IF THAT IS OK WITH U

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so srry about the caps

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yeah thats fine

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

hey ummm still there?

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ok well she is not on so i well get it

OpenStudy (anonymous):

OK WHAT IS PIE DO U KNOW

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i think i know but i just cant remember right now

OpenStudy (anonymous):

ok what you do is divid that and ten and you well get your answer

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

alright i am completely lost divide what and what and what?!?!??!?!?!? sorry

OpenStudy (anonymous):

its fin divid pie by ten

OpenStudy (anonymous):

ok 3.14 / 10 right?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

ok i got .34

OpenStudy (anonymous):

ok cool know that is th answer

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

but chek

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hold on

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ok

OpenStudy (anonymous):

ok did you divid 3.14 by 10

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yes

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

ok i got 0.314 hold on

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ok

OpenStudy (anonymous):

yea hold on let me get a second opein

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ok

OpenStudy (anonymous):

ok yea i got the same as last time umm let me see somthing here

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

k

OpenStudy (anonymous):

how in the world did you get .34

OpenStudy (anonymous):

3.15 / 10

OpenStudy (anonymous):

ok what r u asking in the othr question that might help me better

OpenStudy (anonymous):

the same field. outside the two penalty areas and the 10 yd radius center circle
here what r u wonting to know

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

how much playing area is outside the indicated part

OpenStudy (anonymous):

ok i got 34 inches

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but that seems small tho

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idk i just really want to turn in this portfolio already lol

OpenStudy (anonymous):

ok yes that is what i got this seems like i did this befor at flvs

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