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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.

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  1. anonymous
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    What do you think?

  2. anonymous
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    i dont know thats why im asking

  3. anonymous
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    do u know

  4. anonymous
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    Is the new area going to be smaller, larger, or the same?

  5. anonymous
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    he wants to double 2 feet by 4 feet

  6. anonymous
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    yes. So what's the old area?

  7. anonymous
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    2 feet by 4 feet

  8. anonymous
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    im in a test

  9. anonymous
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    Area = length * width

  10. anonymous
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    so its 8

  11. anonymous
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    2 times 4

  12. anonymous
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    yes.

  13. anonymous
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    for the new area multiply both by 2. (2*2)(4*2)

  14. anonymous
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    so the area will be twice as the old area

  15. anonymous
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    find the new area. then divide by the old area

  16. anonymous
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    ok

  17. anonymous
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    this is a word problem not a equation

  18. anonymous
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    d

  19. anonymous
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    hi

  20. anonymous
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    can u help me

  21. anonymous
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    I am helping you. did you find the new area? I put the formula above

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