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31 August, 17:50

Every week, Mr. Kirkson uses 3 1/6 gallon of water to water every 1/3 square foot of his garden. How many gallons of water does Mr. Kirkson use per square foot to water his garden each week? Enter your answer in the box as a fraction in simplest form.

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  1. 31 August, 19:10
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    Since 3 1/6 is only 1/3 of what he is watering, you can multiply the 3 1/6 by 3 to find your answer

    9 1/2 should be your answer.

    First you multiply the whole number by 3

    3x3 = 9

    Now we multiply the fraction

    1/6 x 3 = 1/2 because we multiply the 1 on top. 3x1 = 3 and 3/6 is reduces to 1/2
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