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Draw a five-pointed star. Plant five seeds on the points and five more where the lines intersect.

Q: If you have 10 seeds can you plant 5 rows with 4 seeds in each row?

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3+3+3+3+3+3+3+3=24

This is impossibleYou will have to change the number of the rows or the number of flowers in each row.

Plant them in the shape of a star. The way the five lines (rows) overlap, you only need 10 total.

He will plant 67 rows. 68 rows at 125 a row would be more than 8450.

Of course. You have a choice of several different lovely arrangements:18 rows with 1 in each row9 rows with 2 in each row6 rows with 3 in each row

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3+3+3+3+3+3+3+3=24

3+3+3+3+3+3+3+3=24

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This is impossibleYou will have to change the number of the rows or the number of flowers in each row.

I believe you said there'd be 12 in each row.

You don't

Four ways:1 row with 6 in each row.2 rows with 3 in each row.3 rows with 2 in each row.6 rows with 1 in each row.

1 row of 24 2 rows of 12 3 rows of 8 4 rows of 6 6 rows of 4 8 rows of 3 12 rows of 2 24 rows of 1

Plant them in the shape of a star. The way the five lines (rows) overlap, you only need 10 total.

It depends on how long the rows are. For example, you can plant one row 14,520 feet long or you can plant 70 rows 207.5 feet long or you can plant 1,452 rows 10 feet long. They will each be one acre.

If you divide plants into four rows of three plants each, you would need 12 plants. With seven plants, you could divide them into two rows with 3 in one row and 4 in the other, plant them all in one row, make 3 rows with 2 in two rows and 3 in one row, etc.

5 rows with 14 in each row7 rows with 10 in each row