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**Nathan plants equal sized squares of sod in his front yard.**

Each square has an area of 6 square feet.

Nathan plants a total of 1000 squares in his yard.

What is the total area of squares of sod?

**Answer**

Since each sod plant is equal sizes you can take the square feet of each one and multiply it by the total area.

Therefore you would do, 1000*6.

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