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  1. dumbcow
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    as far as i know :) its just a forum to ask questions or answer questions

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    lol are u on it and not being charged? if so what do u think? :D

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    i am in 6th grade and needs help for math. a landscape artist is desning a park that will be 12 acres.there will be tree, plants, and benches for people to relax on . he wants to plant sections that are 2/5 acres each. explain in words how you can find out the number of 2/5 sections there will be? how many 2/5 acres will there be? so far the land scape artist knows that he wants to plant 3/4 of one of the 2/5 acre sections . what fractions of an acre will be planted in cherry trees

  4. dumbcow
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    num of sections = 12/(2/5) = 12*(5/2) = 60/2 = 30 trees section = 3/4 * 2/5 = 6/20 = 3/10

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