anonymous
  • anonymous
Tammy is planting a garden that is 60ft.square feet. How many square inches is the garden?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
How many square inches are in a square foot?
anonymous
  • anonymous
12?
anonymous
  • anonymous
there are twelve inches along each edge, so how many little squares will you have in the big square?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
144
anonymous
  • anonymous
Correct. So if there are 144 square inches in each square foot, and you have 60 square feet, how many square inches will you have?
anonymous
  • anonymous
144x60=8640?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Also correct
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thanks that helped a lot!=)
anonymous
  • anonymous
You can check your answer using unit analyses: \[60ft^2 = 60\times ft \times ft \times \frac{12in}{ft} \times \frac{12in}{ft} = 8640 \times in \times in = 8640 in^2\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
can you help with my other one?
anonymous
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I still dont get it

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