The rectangular garden has dimensions of 27 m and 30 m. Peter and Katka split it in a ratio of 4:5. How many square meters did Katkin measure part of the garden?

Correct answer:

K =  450 m2

Step-by-step explanation:

a=27 m b=30 m S=a b=27 30=810 m2 P=4/(4+5) S=4/(4+5) 810=360 m2 K=5/(4+5) S=5/(4+5) 810=450 m2

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