is planning a rectangular rose garden. The garden will be 204 roses wide and 18 roses long. He has 3,600 roses. Does he have enough roses to make the garden​? Explain.


  1. Answer:
    no, he is short 72 roses
    Step-by-step explanation:
    to find this out, we need to find out the area of the planned garden, we do this by multiplying width by length as shown
    18 * 204 = 3,672
    then we subtract the number of roses from the planed garden area
    3,672 – 3,600 = 72
    meaning that we are left with 72 spots missing or without a rose


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