Posted by **cora evans** on Saturday, December 28, 2013 at 3:23pm.

A pound of grass seed covers 120 square feet of lawn.

how many pounds are needed to seed a lawn measuring 50 by 40 feet (2000sq ft)? is this answer is correct yes or no

2000/120 50/3 16 2/3

## Answer this Question

## Related Questions

- math - a back yard is shaped like a parallelogram with a height of 32 feet and a...
- 5th grade (math) - The grass in Jenna's lawn has not grown in too well. She ...
- math - mr. callaway needs to purchase enough grass seed to cover a 3000 square ...
- complex fractions and unit rate - A lawn company advertises that they can ...
- complex fraction - A lawn company advertise that they can spread 7,500 square ...
- oz - IT TAKES 60oz of grass seed to seed 2400ft^2 of lawn. at this rate, how ...
- Math - Jessica wants to seed her backyard with grass seed. Her yard is 120 fet ...
- Math - Bob wants to start a lawn in an area that is 110ft by 70ft. One bag of ...
- Math - a house with dimensions 52 ft x 40 ft sits on a lot that is 90 ft x 120 ...
- Math - A nursery sells Kentucky Blue Grass seed for $5.75 per pound and Tall ...