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Mya has a raised garden bed in the shape of a rectangular prism. The bed is 8 feet long, feet wide, and 2 feet high. Part A: Belinda wants to make a raised garden bed that covers the same area as Mya’s, but the space she has is only 3 feet wide. How long should her garden bed be? Part B: Find the volume of Mya’s gardening bed. Suppose Belinda’s garden bed is the same height as Mya’s. Will Belinda’s bed have the same volume? Explain. Part C: A small bag of soil contains 2 cubic feet. How many bags of soil should Mya buy if she wants to fill her garden bed completely? Show your work. Part D: Belinda already has 22 bags of soil. Use your answer to Part C to find the depth to which she can fill her garden bed.
do you know the formula of area of rectangular prism?
http://math.about.com/od/formulas/ss/surfaceareavol_4.htm

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