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A farmer wants to plough his square field of side 150m. How much area will he have to plough?

Answer:

From the question, it is given that,

Length of the side of square field = 150 m

We know that, are of square = side × side

So,

Area of the square field = 150 × 150

= 22,500 m^2

**∴ The farmer has to plough 22,500 m^2 area.**

hello students welcome to lido q a video session i am sav your math tutor and question for today is a farmer wants to claw his square field of size 150 meter how much area will he have to flow it is given that the side of square field is equal to 150 meter now as the field is square we need to apply area of square so area of square field will be equal to side into side so it is 150 into 150 which is 22 500 meter square so farmer has to flow 22 500 meter square area if you have any queries you can drop it in comment section and subscribe to lido for more q a thank you for watching

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