# The label on a 1 and 1/2 -pound bag of wildflower seeds states that it will cover an area of 375 square feet. Based on this information, what is the number of square feet that1 pound of wildflower seeds will cover?a) 1/250 b) 250 c) 562.5 d)750 SHOW WORK

Step-by-step explanation:

Given: Area covered by pounds of wildflower seeds =375 square feet

First we convert into improper fraction i.e. , then multiply 375 with the reciprocal of .

Now,  Area covered by 1 pounds of wildflower seeds square feet

Thus , Area covered by 1 pounds of wildflower seeds square feet.

Answer: so a 1 and 1/2 bag will cover 375

1=2/2
1 and 1/2=2/2 and 1/2=3/2

so 3/2 pound covers 375
2/2 pounds covers x
3/2pound=375
multiply both sides by 2 to get rid of the fraciton
3pound=750
divide both sides by 3
1pound=250 square feet so the answer is c. 250 square feet

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First, you need to calculate the total amount of gas that the car will consume on the road trip. To do this, divide the total distance of the trip by 100 kilometers per liter to get the number of liters of gas that the car will consume:

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Each person should pay \$90.4000km x 6L/100km = 240L x \$1.50 = \$360/3 = \$120 per person

First you must determine how many liters of gas will be required for this 4000 kilometer trip:

4000km x 6liters/100km = 40 x 6 = 240 liters.

Each liter costs \$1.50, so now find the total cost of the gas:

240liters x \$.150/liter = \$360

This cost is being shared by 3 people, so:

\$360 ÷ 4 = \$90

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