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Posted by Kathryn on Thursday, October 8, 2009 at 9:26am.

Mr Mike plants cabbages in a square grid so that the number of rows and columns are equal. He increased the size of his garden eqully in rows and columns to create a new patch that could grow 211 additional cabbages at the same spacing. How many cabbages did he plant in one row in the old garden?

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