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24 February, 05:53

Alan is putting weed killer on a field to get it ready for planting. The directions in the can say to use. 75 quarts for each acre of land. How much weed killer will Alan need for two fields, one that is 22.5 acres and one that is 38.25 acres? (round your answer to the nearest tenth)

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  1. 24 February, 07:02
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    41.43 quarts of weed killer is the answer
  2. 24 February, 07:08
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    Add up the two acres 60 3/4 then multiply by 4/5 and you get 48.6

    that should be your answer.
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