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SOMEONE HELP!!!!!!!!

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  1. Foxythepirate0984
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    Someone Help ;~:

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    @surjithayer Could you help

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    The greenhouse club is purchasing seed for the lawn in the school courtyard. The club needs to determine how much to buy. Unfortunately, the club meets after school, and students are unable to find a custodian to unlock the door. Anthony suggests they just use his school map to calculate the area that will need to be covered in seed. He measures the rectangular area on the map and finds the length to be 10 inches and the width to be 6 inches. The map notes the scale of 1 inch representing 7 feet in the actual courtyard. What is the actual area in square feet? (Enter just the number, no units

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    \[10*6*7^2=?\]

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    You need to convert the inches into feet. So for every inch there is 7feet. If you have 10 inches then you need to multiply (10*7) to get the length. Do the same to the width, you have inches multiply that by 7 (6*7). When you get the answer multiply them together to get the area.

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    840?

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