# Project #3 “Home Remodel The kitchen measures 13’0” x 12’0”. It needs vinyl flooring

Question # 00225017 Posted By: kimwood Updated on: 03/19/2016 03:45 AM Due on: 04/18/2016
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MAT 115
Name _____________________________

Project #3 “Home Remodel”

You are being hired to complete some of the work on the attached home. Your assignment is to complete the following
worksheet and provide a total cost estimate for the entire project based on the measurements provided below.
Chapter 10 involved many concepts about geometry including perimeter, circumference and area. In this project you should
keep those objectives in mind while completing this project.
In additional recall that measurements are given in Feet’ Inches”. Therefore 10”6” translates to 10 feet and 6 inches or
10.5 feet or 10 ½ feet.
Also when you a computing your calculations make sure you are paying attention to the units. Make sure you include the final
units of measure in all answers. For example \$ for money, ft² or in² for area, in or ft for perimeter/circumference, in³ or ft³ for
volume, etc….There will be a deduction for missing or incorrect units.
1. KITCHEN
The kitchen measures 13’0” x 12’0”. It needs vinyl flooring.
2. BREAKFAST AREA
The breakfast area measures 10’6” x 12’0”. It also needs vinyl flooring.
3. LIVING ROOM
The living room measures 15’0” x 18’0”. It needs carpet flooring.
4. FOYER
The foyer measures 6’0” x 7’6”. It also needs carpet flooring.
5. STUDY
The study measures 9’0” x 15’0”. It needs carpet flooring and baseboard trim.
Each door measure 36 inches.
6. MASTER BEDROOM
The master bedroom measures 12’0” x 13’6”. It also needs carpet flooring and baseboard trim. Each door measures
36 inches.
7. GARAGE
The garage measures 20’0” x 20”0’. It needs concrete poured to a depth of 6 inches.
8. SWIMMING POOL
The swimming pool measure 20’0” x 10’0” and is 6’6”deep. It needs to be filled with water to within 6 inches from
the top of the pool.

MAT 115
Project #3 “Home Remodel”
(show all calculations for questions 1-15)
1. How many square feet of vinyl are needed for the kitchen?

2. How many square feet of vinyl are needed for the breakfast area?

3. If the vinyl flooring costs \$4.69 per square foot, what is the cost of flooring the kitchen and breakfast
areas?

4. How many square feet of carpet are needed for the living room?

5. How many square feet of carpet are needed for the foyer?

6. How many square feet of carpet are needed for the study?

7. How many square feet of carpet are needed for the master bedroom

8. If carpet costs \$11.56 per square yard, what is the cost to carpet the living room, foyer, study and
master bedroom?

9. How many feet of baseboard trim are needed for the study? Make sure you have exclude any baseboard
trim in front of doors.

10. How many feet of baseboard trim are needed for the master bedroom? Make sure you have exclude any
baseboard trim in front of doors.

11. If baseboard trim costs \$3.23 per foot, what is the cost to put baseboard trim in the study and master
bedroom?

12. What is the total cost of materials for this project?

For questions 13 – 15 refer to the Power point attached on Volume.
13. How many cubic feet of concrete are needed for the garage floor?

14. How many cubic feet of water are needed to fill the swimming pool?

15. If 1 cubic foot holds approximately 7.5 gallons of water, how many gallons of water are needed to fill the
pool?
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