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  1. anonymous
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    Kim’s herb garden is 2 feet by 4 feet. He wants to double the length and the width of the garden. How will the area of the herb garden change? A. The area of the new garden will be 4 times the area of the old garden. B. The area of the new garden will be twice the area of the old garden. C. The area of the new garden will be half the area of the old garden. D. The area of the new garden will be the same as the area of the old garden.

  2. tkhunny
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    Why not draw it out. 1) Draw a Garden and label the length and width and calculate the area. 2) Draw a Garden and label the twice the previous length and twice the previous width and calculate the area. What is the result?

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