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Jim's backyard is a rectangle that is 15 5/6 yards long and 10 2/5 yards wide.

Jim buys sod in pieces that are 1 1/3 long and 1 1/3 yards wide. h...

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Jim's backyard is a rectangle that is 15 5/6 yards long and 10 2/5 yards wide.

Jim buys sod in pieces that are 1 1/3 long and 1 1/3 yards wide.
how many pieces of sod will Jim need to but to cover his backyard with sod?

Answer

the are of his backyard is 10.4 times 15.83 or 164.632 yd^2 the sod piecs are 1.33 by 1.33 or 1.78 yd^2 so divide 164.632 by 1.78 or 164.632/1.78=92.5 pieces of sod if he is buying the sod in pieces, he will have to buy 93 pieces because he can't buy 1/2 sod

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