Tex wants to make a lawn in the front of his house. The total yards are 30 by 30 yards he gets 20 by 10 yards. Is that enough and if so how much more does he ne
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Tex wants to make a lawn in the front of his house. The total yards are 30 by 30 yards he gets 20 by 10 yards. Is that enough and if so how much more does he need?
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Stepbystep explanation:
Tex wants to make a lawn in the front of his house. The total yards are 30 by 30 yards. This means that the total area of the lawn is
30 × 30 = 900 yards^2
he gets 20 by 10 yards. This means that the total area of what he got would be
20 × 10 = 200 yards^2
Since what he needs is 900 yards^2 and it is greater than what he got, 200 yards^2, then it won't be enough.
What he needs more would be
900  200 = 700 yards^2