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diana wants to make a 15ft. by 20ft. section of her yard into a garden. she will plant flowers in 2 of the garden
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and vegetables in the rest of the garden. how many square feet of the vegetable garden will she have.

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    I assume you mean 2/3 of the garden is flowers. That leaves 1/3 that is vegetable garden, so the answer is (1/3) of the total garden area.
    (1/3) x (15) x (20) = ?

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    15x20=300

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