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## Benjamin has enough icing to cover a 12-square-foot cake. He wants to use the icing to cover 2 equal-sized cakes. Write an expre

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Benjamin has enough icing to cover a 12-square-foot cake.

He wants to use the icing to cover 2 equal-sized cakes.

Write an expression that shows the size of each of two cakes

that Benjamin can cover with the icing and solve.

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2021-07-31T00:43:48+00:00
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Answer:Step-by-step explanation:Explanation:

The area of each of the 2 equal-sized cakes shall be half of 12 ft²:

12 ft² / 2 = 6 ft²

The area of a square shape is equal to the side length squared. Naming x the side length, you have the expression for the side length:

Answer:whats 9+10= 21

Step-by-step explanation:add it use your fingers