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This one got me really confused. Because the number bottom right hand side of house looked like a 20 and then later he said it was a 26 and then even later he said 25. I threw my hands up in the air and gave up. but I got the gist of the lesson. Or I think I did.

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I appreciate that video! The pace was excellent and easily understandable

If it was 20 by 20 wouldn't it be a square?

Me watching this video my head FiShY oN mE

this is confusing

thanks

NICE BROTHER . GOOD JOB .

This made me feel like an architect. 😁

3RD GRADE IS HARD

This one got me really confused. Because the number bottom right hand side of house looked like a 20 and then later he said it was a 26 and then even later he said 25. I threw my hands up in the air and gave up. but I got the gist of the lesson. Or I think I did.

how come you got 25 ft on the top square instead of 26ft as shown in the bottom square?

+Aleksandar Tadic Do it yourself

sick clips man! keep up the good work u derestimated faZe

suntract is easier

thank u!

Practical video! Where do you write? Which app is it?

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never seen a 20 by 20 rectangle before

Cool!

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Actually, "length" is the longest dimension, the shorter one is "width", or "height"

Really great!!! thanks so much.

(26+20+8)*(20+18)-(8*20)-(5*26)+(15*25)=

Great for geometry projects

Ever heard the saying, all squares are rectangles but not all rectangles are squares? They weren't kidding 😉

What software and equipment did u use for this vid? Anyone know?