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Jason is tiling a patio. The tiles are each 1 square decimeter. The patio is 6 meters long and 4 meters wide. How many tiles will Jason need?

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    6m = 60 dm
    4m = 40 dm

    60dm * 40dm = 2400 dm^2 * 1tile/dm^2 = 2400 itles

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    100 tiles

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    100

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    100

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    6_inch

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