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Problem: As an architect, you are designing a new house. A window has a height between 150 cm and 160 cm and a width between 82 cm and 70 cm .What is the largest area that the window could be?When calculating the areas what is the appropriate number of significant figures?What is the smallest area that the window could be?

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As an architect, you are designing a new house. A window has a height between 150 cm and 160 cm and a width between 82 cm and 70 cm .

What is the largest area that the window could be?

When calculating the areas what is the appropriate number of significant figures?

What is the smallest area that the window could be?

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