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An orchard planted on a square plot of land has 3,136 apple trees. If each tree requires an area of 4 square meters to grow, find the length of each side of the plot of land.

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  1. Length = √(3,136*4)

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  2. An orchard planted on a square plot of land has 3,136 apple trees. If each tree requires an area of 4 square meters to grow, find the length of each side of the plot of land.

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