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DEREK PLANTED A GARDEN IN THE SHAPE OF A SQUARE 32 FEET ON EACH SIDE. THE GARDEN HAS A STREAM ON ONE SIDE, BUT HE PLANS TO BUILD A FENCE ON THE OTHER THREE SIDES. IF HE PUTS A FENCEPOST EVERY 8 FEET, HOW MANY POSTS WILL HE NEED

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  1. One row of five posts across from the stream.
    Two rows of four perpendicular to the stream.

    Total = 13

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  2. Total=13

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