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How many times the area of the smaller field is the area of the larger field? 1.) a soccer field and a football field 2. A professional basketball court and a junior high basketball court. Playing Fields Sport. Length. Width. Area Basketball: Prof. And college. 94 ft. 50 ft. 4700 ft. Sq High school. 82 ft. 46 ft. 3772 ft. Sq Junior high sch. 74 ft. 42 ft. 3108 ft. Sq. Football. 120 yd. 53 1/3 yd. 6400ft

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Ice hockey. 200 ft. 85 ft. 17000. Ft. Sq. Soccer. 130 yd. 100 yd. 13000 yd. Sq
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Nope. They don't put any choices. That's why it's hard! Can you answer? Please. Im begging you
1.) = 2.03
Working on the second one
How did you get the answer?
I got the area from the width and lengths of the fields and divided the outcomes and turned it in to a percent
What is the equation. So, i can try the other one! Thank you
Length x Width = area ( do that to both of the fields ) larger area / smaller area = difference then add the % sign
Thank you. Very mcuh! Have you done the second one?
2) = 1.51
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