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# Use the Fig. 9.57 showing the layout of a farm house:

Each banana tree required 1.25 m² of ground space. How many banana trees can there be in the orchard?

**Solution:**

From the figure,

__Area__ covered by banana orchard = 20 m x 15.7 m

= 314 m²

Given that 1.25 m² area is required for each banana tree

Here,

The number of trees in 314 m² area = 314/1.25

= 251.2

≈ 251 trees

Therefore, 251 banana trees can be in the orchard.

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## Use the Fig. 9.57 showing the layout of a farm house: Each banana tree required 1.25 m² of ground space. How many banana trees can there be in the orchard?

**Summary:**

Using the Fig. 9.57 showing the layout of a farm house, each banana tree required 1.25 m² of ground space. 251 banana trees can be there in the orchard.

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