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FC: ream House | D | By: Allexys Johnson, Sophia Young, and Katie Miller

1: Part 1

2: First Floor

4: Rectangle (Kitchen): A=128 ft P=48 ft Rhombus (Garage): A=43.301 ft P=40 ft Circle (Pool): A=50.265ft P=25.133ft Square (Entrance): A=64 ft P= 32 ft Kite (Sun Room): A=111.659 ft P= 44 ft Rectangle (Patio): A= 48 ft P=28 ft Trapezoid (Living Room): A=48.496 ft P= 48ft Triangle (Bathroom): A=24ft P= 24 ft Backyard: A=476.279 ft P=113 ft | 1st Floor: A= 1,122 ft P= 132ft

5: Hexagon (Game Room): A=93.531 ft P= 36ft Rectangle (Bed Room): A=120 ft P= 40 ft Square (Bed Room): A= 100 ft P= 40 ft Triangle (Bathroom): A=32 ft P= 27.3 ft | 2nd Floor: A= 768 ft P= 112 ft

6: The scale ratio for the area of the house is 1:64. Every 1/4 inch is 2 feet. To find the scale ratio you have to square both the 1/4 inch and the 2 feet. When you do that, you will end up with .0625/4. But to make it a better fraction you will multiply each number by 16. This will give you 1/64. To put that in a ratio it would be 1:64. The scale ratio for the perimeter is 1:8. Just like for the area, 1/4 is 2 feet. But instead of squaring the numbers, you would just put them in a fraction. This will give you .25/2. To make it a better fraction you would multiply each number by 4. This will give you 1/8, and you put that in a ratio. Then you will get 1:8 | Area of the whole house: 1,890 ft Perimeter of the whole house: 132 ft

7: Garage: $553.29 In the garage I chose cement. The concrete is perfect because it's very durable. It's best because people park their cars in the garage and the car won't ruin the concrete. It's solid rock and nothing can break it. Halls: $701.44 Entrance: $350.72 Patio: $263.04 Sun Room: $611.89 In the halls on the first floor, entrance, patio, and sun room I chose walnut wood flooring. Wood is better than carpet because it doesn't stain. You spill ketchup on it, you can clean it right up with no permanent mess. | Kitchen: $568.32 Bathroom: $248.64 In the kitchen and bathrooms I chose porcelain tile. When your in your bathroom or kitchen, generally, the floor gets wet.You need something that doesn't get ruined when it gets wet. With tile it can get wet and and nothing happens to it. Game Room: $231.96 Bed Rooms: $953.60 Living Room: $110.40 In the game room, bed rooms, and living room I chose carpet. Unlike tile or wood, carpet is soft and nice to lay on. If your in the living room and want to sit down on the floor it's not uncomfortable. | Flooring

8: Hall: $88.20 In the halls on the second floor I chose linoleum. It's just like the porcelain tile; doesn't get ruined when it gets wet. But unlike the tile, this is much cheaper. | Most Cost Effective The linoleum for the upstairs floor is the best pricing. The one i chose was only $0.98 per square foot. The cheapest of wood, tile, carpet, or concrete. Linoleum is also good because if you spill something on it you can clean it up quickly and easily. It's very unlikely to ever get ruined. That also saves you money because you don't have to replace it. | Total cost for house: $4,681.50

9: An asteroid landing in the backyard: 42.449% chance An asteroid landing in the pool: 10.554% chance An asteroid landing in the bedroom: 8.913% chance An asteroid landing in the kitchen: 11.408% chance

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