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natasha84
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a2 help

Unread post by natasha84 »

hi I need help on a2 on calculating the sq feet the dance area says 2-4sq ft is it 2 or 4 I need to calculate feeling a little confused help me please
AliaRenee
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Joined: February 5th, 2014, 10:03 pm

Re: a2 help

Unread post by AliaRenee »

i too am trouble answering this question it seems like there is missing info
MarthaMcAlister
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Joined: February 18th, 2014, 9:30 pm

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Unread post by MarthaMcAlister »

I am glad I am not the only one stumped on this. I am having a hard time getting past this part as well.
MarthaMcAlister
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Unread post by MarthaMcAlister »

I just looked up fire codes. The fire codes says 7 square feet per person and 10 square feet per person if it is a dance floor. So I would assume the fire code law would be the correct answer. My only concern is what if different states or country's have a different code?
llove
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Unread post by llove »

I used the 2-4 feet as a range and answered it as a minimum of 300(2ft per 150 guests) to 600sf. So, to answer the question if a 3000sf room accommodate both
the ceremoney, dinner and dance I said yes based on 2sf per person for dance space.

I felt like the first part of the question was missing information, so I answered the entire question based on a low/high range based on 150 people with given sf. My range for the total sf was 3000-3300.

Edited to make it clear what I was *trying* to say.
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