12 March, 00:18

# 1521 orange trees are planted in a garden in such a manner that there are as many trees in a row as there are rows in the garden. The number of trees in each row is

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1. 12 March, 00:38
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Step-by-step explanation:

Total number of orange trees = 1521

Note:

There are as many trees in a row as there are rows in the garden.

Therefore:

Number of rows in the garden = number of trees in a row

Let the number of rows in the garden = y

Hence, the number of trees in a row also = y

Total number of trees in the garden = number of trees in a row * number of rows in the garden

Total number of trees in the garden = y * y

1521 = y * y; 1521 = y^2

y = √1521

y = 39
2. 12 March, 02:04
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no. f trees in each row = 39

Step-by-step explanation:

Total number of orange trees = 1521

Note:

There are as many trees in a row as there are rows in the garden.

Therefore:

Number of rows in the garden = number of trees in a row

Let the no. f trees in each row = x

let the no. f rows=x

therefore total no. f trees = x raised to 2

x raised to 2 = 1521

therefore x=39

there fore no. of rows = 39

no. f trees in each row = 39