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A square 1 meter long and 1 meter wide is 1 square meter. 1 square meter equals 1.19599 square yards 1 square meter equals 10.76391 square feet

Half Square meter is twice as big as half a meter square.

1 yard = .9144 meter, therefore 1 square yard = .83612736 square meter. In other words, 1 square meter = 1.19599005 square yard

One square meter = ~1.2 square yards.

1 square meter = 10.764 square feet.

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TANK 1 With 200 crickets occupying an area of 0.80 square meters, that gives a population density of . . 200 crickets -------------------------- = ? crickets / square meter 0.80 square meters Is that amount < or = or > the maximum of 210 crickets / square meter?. = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = TANK 2 With 150 crickets occupying an area of 0.80 square meters, that gives a population density of . . 150 crickets --------------------------- = ? crickets / square meter 0.80 square meters Is that amount < or = or > the maximum of 210 crickets / square meter?. = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = TANK 3 With 315 crickets occupying an area of 1.5 square meters, that gives a population density of . . 315 crickets ------------------------- = ? crickets / square meter 1.5 square meters Is that amount < or = or > the maximum of 210 crickets / square meter?. = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = For PROBLEM #1, when you move crickets from tank to tank, remember to change the value of the numerators in the fractions above. EXAMPLE If you remove 10 crickets from tank 2 and put them in tank 3, then decrease tank 2's numerator from 150 to 140 and increase tank 3's numerator from 315 to 325. For PROBLEM #2, we need to rearrange the formula from above (number of crickets) -------------------------- = population density . . . . (area) Multiply both sides of the equal sign by (area). (area)(number of crickets) ----------------------------------- = (area)(population density) . . . . . . . (area) Notice how the (area) on the left side cancels out? (number of crickets) = (area)(population density) (number of crickets) = (250 square meters)(2.4 crickets / square meter) (number of crickets) = ?

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