Multiply the area of the state by 2.
Multiplying the area of the state by 2, we get the area of all lawns:
= 92,116 mi
Convert square feet to square miles.
5,280 ft = 1 mi
5,280 ft · 5,280 ft = 1 mi · 1 mi
= 1 mi
Find the blades of grass in 27,878,400 square feet.
One square foot has 850 blades of grass. So, the number of blades in 27,878,400 square feet (or 1 sq. mile)
There are about 23,696,640,000 blades of grass are in one square mile.
Find the number of blades in 92,116 square miles.
The area of all lawns is 92,116 mi
. So, find the number of blades in 92,116 square miles.
Count the number of digits to the left of the decimal point.
There are 16 digits to the left of the decimal point in the number 2,182,839,690,240,000.
Move the decimal point 15 places to the left.
To get the number in scientific notation, move the decimal point 15 places to the left (corresponding to division by 10
) and multiply by 10
There are about 2.18
blades of grass in all the lawns.
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