Posted by **kyle** on Tuesday, September 18, 2012 at 6:26pm.

when planting trees in a forest, the US Forest Service recommends giving each seedling about 1/200 acre on which to grow.

About hw many seedling should be planted in 1/3 of an acre?

How would I show my work on this?

would it be 1/3 x 200/1 = ?

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