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Independent Living

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MTWThF 5/21 Model Est. Heating Bill Work on Teacher assigned Floor Plan Work on Project (Fld Trip) Library No Classes 5/28 No SchoolLibrary Before School Presenta- tions No Classes

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Sli de 4 Why type of apartment would you like when you first move out on your own?

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Features Layout Value – Cost for size

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Area = length x width Example: Why does knowing the area important when looking for a rental apartment? see page 393 16 feet 9 9 feet 16

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Sli de 7 Gabriela plans to carpet her living room, except for the quarter-circle shown in the corner. That area will be a wood floor where she will put her piano. The radius of the quarter circle is 8 feet. If carpeting costs $9.55 per square foot, what is the cost of the carpeting she will use in her living room?

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CRITICAL SKILLS: Calculating Floor Plan area Understanding Floor Plan layout

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? square feet5 x 8 = 40 square feet ? square feet = ?? sq ft 40 sq ft + ?

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? square feet5 x 8 = 40 square feet ? square feet = ?? sq ft 40 sq ft + ? What if ?

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Deliverables: Filled out template. A table containing the data – calculated cost per square foot for each location. A statement of which of the five you would select. Plus a paragraph (at least 3 sentences) stating your reasons why your choice is better for you.

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5 Locations include: A Chgo Neighborhood, Loop, Chgo Suburb, plus 2 others in your desired location. # 1: Location (Neighborhood, City and State): _________________ Zip (usps.com/zip4): ____________ Monthly Rent: __________________ Size of Apartment (in square footage): ______________________ Number of Bedrooms: ______________________ Number of Bathrooms: ___________ # 2-5:

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Write a paragraph interpreting the quote and explaining what the quote means to you: “A good home must be made, not bought” Do the following problems on Page 399, Number 2, a through f Number 4, a through e

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