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6 July, 18:15

Carlos is fertilizing his garden. the garden is in the shape of a rectangle. its length is 15 feet and its width is 12 feet. suppose each bag of fertilizer covers 20 square feet. how many bags will he need to cover the garden?

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  1. 6 July, 20:04
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    The area of the garden is

    ... area = length * width

    ... = (15 ft) * (12 ft)

    ... = 180 ft^2

    Then the number of bags can be computed from

    ... 180 ft^2 = (20 ft^2) * (number of bags)

    ... (180 ft^2) / (20 ft^2) = (number of bags)

    ... 9 = (number of bags)

    9 bags of fertilizer are needed to cover the garden.
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