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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...

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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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Upload Date: 5/31/2017

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