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Bryson is laying down sod in his yard to grow a new lawn.

Each piece of sod is 1-foot by 1-foot square. How many pieces of s...

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Bryson is laying down sod in his yard to grow a new lawn.

Each piece of sod is 1-foot by 1-foot square.
How many pieces of sod will Bryson need to cover his yard if his yard measures 30 feet by 14 feet?

Answer

30 X 14=420 If the sod only covers 1-foot by 1-foot square then the amount need will need to be multiplied by the area of the yard and 1 So the answer is 420 pieces of sod.

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