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12 January, 19:49

Danny has a rectangular rose garden that measures 8m by 12.5m. One bag of fertilizer can cover 16m2. How many bags will he need to cover the entire garden?

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  1. 12 January, 21:19
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    we will need 7 bags

    Step-by-step explanation:

    To solve this problem we first have to calculate the total area of the garden

    a = area

    b = base = 8m

    h = height = 12.5m

    a = b * h

    we replace with the known values

    a = 8m * 12.5m

    a = 100m²

    Now that we know the total area of the garden and the area occupied by a single bag, we divide the total area by what a bag covers.

    100m² / 16m² = 6.25 bags

    because we cannot buy a fraction of a bag we will need 7 bags
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