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How many grams of wheat per hectare?

3000

I'm confused with the first and second step, explain please?

I got this huge number as the answer "273937.5"

Good, that should sound reasonable for grams of wheat needed for an entire year.

What I don't get is where you got "365.25" from?

365.25 = average number of days in a year (to account for possible leap-years).

Could we use 365 instead of the .25 at the end?

oh okay, I think i got it. Thanks! :)

Let me know what you get as your final answer.

I got 684375

Hmmm, what steps did you do after getting 273937.5?

No, you have to divide the number of kcal by 2.5 kcal/g to get grams

See how the 2.5 kcal were in the denominator to cancel it with the kcal on top?

soo 109500?

Right, now what's the next step?
What are the units of that number, 109500?
That will guide you.

Umm, is it kg of wheat per hectare?

Haha, I'm very sorry. I'm not learning in APES at all so I'm just straight up dumb at this subject.

What is 'APES?'

AP Environmental Science

Yeah.. Well that just tells you how bad I am at math in general.

Dude, you're awesome. I will use your tip. Thanks a bunch!
It says 3000 kg of wheat per hectare

Ok, so the 109500 number is in grams per year.
Divide that by 1000 g/kg to get the number in kg.

I got 109.5

109.5 what? What are the units?

The units should be kg/year.
Divide by 3000 kg/hectare to get hectares per year.

So divide 109.5 by 3000 and I will get .0365 kg/hectare per year?

I think that should be the right answer.
Interesting number, aye?
What would it be per day?

uhh, is it 13.3225 per day?

OHHH.. so 1e-4?