1. Mr. Jones and Mr. Evansbee both have gardens shaped as squares. The length of each side of Mr. Jones’ garden is 6 yd. The length of each side of Mr. Evansbee’s garden is 10 yd.(a) Write an expression with exponents for the area of Mr. Jones’ garden. Then, find the area of the garden.(b) Write an expression with exponents for the area of Mr. Evansbee’s garden. Then, find the area of the garden.(c) Each plant takes up 2 yd2 of space in both gardens. How many plants can Mr. Jones place in his garden? How many plants can Mr. Evansbee place in his garden? Explain your reasoning.(d) For each garden, the cost per plant is $4.99. Using your answers from part (c), how much will each gentleman spend on plants for his garden?
Mrs. Morton has a special reward system for her class. When all her students behave well, she rewards them by putting 3 marbles into a marble jar. When the jar has 100 marbles or more, the class has a party. Right now, the jar contains 24 marbles. Let r represent the number of additional times the class is rewarded. Write an inequality to determine how many more times the class needs to be rewarded in order to earn a party.