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Math 12 Problems of the Month- I Due Tuesday October 20, 2009 You will solve these problems in groups of 3-4 students, with one set of solutions turned in per group. Please solve these two problems in as much detail as possible, using pictures, tables, mathematical equations, and written explanations. On Tuesday October 20 you will turn in your group’s write up for a grade. 1. Justin wants to plant a vegetable garden for his family. Justin may decide how much of the land to allocate for each type of vegetable his family wants to grow, but he must satisfy a set of conditions they put on the garden. He has a square plot of land to work with, containing an area of 100 square meters. Design Justin’s garden so that it meets these conditions. The garden must contain potatoes, beans, corn, tomatoes, cucumbers, carrots, eggplant, and radishes. Justin’s family wants twice as many potatoes as beans. They want one third as much corn as tomatoes.
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