what is a rectangle glass table from the 1970's worth?

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I think it is not the makeup of the glass, but the process of "pressing" that gives the shine typical of that glass.

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Answered: Does doubling the adjacent sides of a rectangle double the area?

Note that we have doubled two dimensions: (x) and (y). Hence we have (x^2)*(y^2). Canceling, we find: (xy)^2. The product area is 4X.

Answered: Is this table worth any thing?

It certainly wood be on a cold winter's night.

Answered: Need help with glass dining room table

Hi there. I'm not a professional so I'd suggest you go to Lowes or Home Depot and ask somewhere there. Good luck!
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If you have a hobby shop that carries the various Bob Ross paint supplies and such, they probably either have an easel or can get one. In the meantime, maybe on of these are what you want. http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=Bob+Ross+Easel

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36 inches peri. With a 12" length, your formula is going to be x*12=36 To solve for X, you end up with x=36/12 That is..... 3 inches.

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Oh My, Oh dear! Mickey will have to bring in his sockpuppet "Harley spirit" in here to answer that one, Oh My, Oh dear!

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