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help please.....A landscape architect recommends 0.1 gallon of water per day for each square foot of lawn. How many gallons of water should be used per day on a rectangular lawn area that is 33 ft by 42 ft?

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get the area multiplied the given values: 33x42 = "Total Area" devide the "Total Area" by the amount of gallons of water per day for each square foot: ("Total Area")/0.1 = ( your answer )
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You wouldn't divide it, you'd multiply.
true, it's not per square feet and yes for each square feet. thanks for seeing that ("Total Area") x 0.1 = ( your answer )
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