# math

sona knits 10 squares a day for 7days. Can she sew together the squares to make 5 equal sized blankets ?
Explain.
Thank you

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1. 10 * 7 = 70

70 / 5 = 14

The answer is a qualified yes. Each blanket would be 2 squares wide and 7 squares long. That makes either a very narrow or a very long blanket, depending on the size of the squares.

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