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16 April, 17:20

A group of students are standing in rows. There are as many students in a row as there are rows. If there are 64 students in the group, how many students are standing in each row?

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  1. 16 April, 17:26
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    Step-by-step explanation:

    To find the amount of student in a row, we need to recall that the number of students is equal to the number of rows. All together there are 64 students.

    This means that a number times itself must be 64. The only number times itself which equals 64 is 8.

    8 (8) = 64
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