A lawn is shaped like a parallelogram with a base of 32 feet and a height

A lawn is shaped like a parallelogram with a base of 32 feet and a height of 15 feet. Covering the lawn with grass will cost $2.60 per square foot. How much money will it cost to cover the lawn with grass?

2 months ago

Solution 1

Guest Guest #3143
2 months ago
The total cost would be $1248.

To find the total cost, we need to first find the area of the parallelogram. To find the area, we need to multiply the base and height.

Then, we need to multiply the total area by the cost of $2.60.

32 x 15 x 2.6 = 1248

Solution 2

Guest Guest #3144
2 months ago



Step-by-step explanation:

area = base x height.


area x cost

b       h      c  

32 x 15 x 2.6 = 1248

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