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The city mayor wants to use the reserved section of a rectangular park for gardening lessons conducted by the city public school. The rest of the park will be turned into a lawn. What will the area of the lawn be? 168 square feet 224 square feet 280 square feet 448 square feethttp://cdn.ple.platoweb.com/PCAP-ASSETS-PROD/43899285b2784be591e86241067fa265
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Okay. I'm thinking, and reading the question.
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ok thanks
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Anything yet...
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nope im thinking what I did wrong, my calculations are off... @misssunshinexxoxo @MICAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA @mathmate
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Still thinking on the rest.
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