# Eight-millimeter 81605

The rain gauge showed that an eight-millimeter layer of water fell on Mr. Severa's square garden. If Mr. Severa wanted to achieve the same irrigation of the garden, he would have to use 200 full sixteen-liter watering cans. calculate the area of his garden.

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