# peshine

Mack has a field that measures 11 square mile. He is planting corn in a rectangular region of the field that is 3434 mile long and 1212 mile wide.

Which is the area of the corn crop in Mack's field?

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1. A field that's over three thousand miles long? I don't think so.

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3. the correct question is "Mack has a field that measures 1 square mile. He is planting corn in a rectangular region of the field that is 34 mile long and 12 mile wide.

Which is the area of the corn crop in Mack's field?"

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4. i mean't "Mack has a field that measures 1 square mile. He is planting corn in a rectangular region of the field that is 3/4 mile long and 1/2 mile wide.

Which is the area of the corn crop in Mack's field?"

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6. the correct answer is 3 over 8

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