David Saks: October 2008

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Real Estate Math Class : Lesson 65

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Bob decided to build a building with a flat roof 130 feet long, 30 feet wide and 24 feet high.

Don offers to build it for 89 dollars a square foot.

Sonny says that he'll build it for $4.50 per cubic foot.

How much will Bob save if he awards the building contract to Don ?

The answers, along with the corresponding solution, will be posted below the photographs at the bottom of the page, so spend a little time on it before you make your way to the bottom. It helps to keep your math skills sharp. Hope you have a fine week ahead.

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A. $74,100

124 times 30 equals 3750 square feet.

3720 times 89 dollars equals $347,100 which is Don's offer.

130 times 30 times 24 equals 93600 cubic feet

93600 times $4.50 equals $421,200 for Sonny's offer.

Subtract 347,100 from 421,200 to get 74,100 which is what Bob saves by awarding the contract to Don.




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