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    Smile Least number of rectangular tiles to make a Square

    Find the least number of rectangular tiles measuring 9 cm by 15 cm needed to form a square.

    Thanks for your help.

    P.S. First post here. I'm trying to work on my math, Hope to bug you guys with lots of questions.
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    Looks like you've already received some help in the form of:
    a) leading questions, and
    b) straight-up answers!

    Answered on *gasp* another forum!
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    Ha! You got me. Got stuck on that problem for some reason.
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    I'm on as many forums as I can tolerate! Most of them let me be "The Chaz" rather than "TheChaz", but whatever.

    I actually quit using/going on PF because there were too many users with better (at least in terms of LaTex/readability) answers than mine!
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    Thanks for helping out, much appreciated!
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