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anonymous
 5 years ago
I need help with this math problem. This problem has to be converted to a proportion. It takes 60oz. of grass seed to seed 3000 sq. ft. of lawn. At this rate, how much would be needed to seed 5000 sq. ft. of lawn?
anonymous
 5 years ago
I need help with this math problem. This problem has to be converted to a proportion. It takes 60oz. of grass seed to seed 3000 sq. ft. of lawn. At this rate, how much would be needed to seed 5000 sq. ft. of lawn?

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