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Last year, Gary's tomato plants produced 24kg of tomatoes. This year, Gary increased the number of tomato plants in his garden by 25%. If his plants produce tomatoes this year at the same rate per plant as last year, how many kilograms of tomatoes can Gary expect the plants to produce this year?

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  1. 24 * 1.25 = ?

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  2. 50

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  3. 30 tomatoes

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