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A farmer needs to spread fertiliser over a paddock measuring 40m by 8m. the instructions on the fertiliser bag say to use 80grams per square meter. How many kilograms of fertiliser will be needed?
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    40 * 8 = 320 sq. m

    80 * 320 = 25,600 grams

    1 kg = 1000 g

    25,600 g = _____ kg

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