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Choose level of difficulty Harry and Sally want to keep free range hens. They have a rectangular piece of land that they intend to use for a chicken run. The length of the land is 30 m and the width is 10 m. Harry and Sally will need to put a fence, with a gate, around the chicken run. They are advised that the least area a free range hen needs is 0.8 m². They want to have as many hens as they can. Hens cost £7.50 each. Putting in the fence will cost £9.85 per metre and a 1m wide gate will cost £12.35. Work out the total cost of buying the hens and fencing the land.

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Help Step 1: Draw a sketch of the field with the lengths written on and mark on the position of the gate. Harry and Sally want to keep free range hens. They have a rectangular piece of land that they intend to use for a chicken run. The length of the land is 30 m and the width is 10 m. Harry and Sally will need to put a fence, with a gate, around the chicken run. They are advised that the least area a free range hen needs is 0.8 m². They want to have as many hens as they can. Hens cost £7.50 each. Putting in the fence will cost £9.85 per metre and a 1m wide gate will cost £12.35. Work out the total cost of buying the hens and fencing the land.

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Help Step 2: Work out the length of the fence. Work out the cost of the fence plus a gate. Harry and Sally want to keep free range hens. They have a rectangular piece of land that they intend to use for a chicken run. The length of the land is 30 m and the width is 10 m. Harry and Sally will need to put a fence, with a gate, around the chicken run. They are advised that the least area a free range hen needs is 0.8 m². They want to have as many hens as they can. Hens cost £7.50 each. Putting in the fence will cost £9.85 per metre and a 1m wide gate will cost £12.35. Work out the total cost of buying the hens and fencing the land.

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Help Step 3: Work out the area of the chicken run. Work out how many hens they can fit in. Harry and Sally want to keep free range hens. They have a rectangular piece of land that they intend to use for a chicken run. The length of the land is 30 m and the width is 10 m. Harry and Sally will need to put a fence, with a gate, around the chicken run. They are advised that the least area a free range hen needs is 0.8 m². They want to have as many hens as they can. Hens cost £7.50 each. Putting in the fence will cost £9.85 per metre and a 1m wide gate will cost £12.35. Work out the total cost of buying the hens and fencing the land.

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Help Step 4: Work out the cost of the hens and add on the cost of the fence and gate. Harry and Sally want to keep free range hens. They have a rectangular piece of land that they intend to use for a chicken run. The length of the land is 30 m and the width is 10 m. Harry and Sally will need to put a fence, with a gate, around the chicken run. They are advised that the least area a free range hen needs is 0.8 m². They want to have as many hens as they can. Hens cost £7.50 each. Putting in the fence will cost £9.85 per metre and a 1m wide gate will cost £12.35. Work out the total cost of buying the hens and fencing the land. End of Problem Return to Menu End of Problem Return to Menu

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Help Step 1: Draw a sketch of the field with the lengths written on and mark on the position of the gate. Harry and Sally want to keep free range hens. They have a rectangular piece of land that they intend to use for a chicken run. The length of the land is 30 m and the width is 10 m. Harry and Sally will need to put a fence, with a gate, around the chicken run. They are advised that the least area a free range hen needs is 0.8 m². They want to have as many hens as they can. Hens cost £7.50 each. Putting in the fence will cost £9.85 per metre and a 1m wide gate will cost £12.35. Work out the total cost of buying the hens and fencing the land.

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Help Step 2: Work out the length of the fence. Work out the cost of the fence plus a gate. Harry and Sally want to keep free range hens. They have a rectangular piece of land that they intend to use for a chicken run. The length of the land is 30 m and the width is 10 m. Harry and Sally will need to put a fence, with a gate, around the chicken run. They are advised that the least area a free range hen needs is 0.8 m². They want to have as many hens as they can. Hens cost £7.50 each. Putting in the fence will cost £9.85 per metre and a 1m wide gate will cost £12.35. Work out the total cost of buying the hens and fencing the land.

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Help Step 3: Work out the area of the chicken run. Work out how many hens they can fit in. Harry and Sally want to keep free range hens. They have a rectangular piece of land that they intend to use for a chicken run. The length of the land is 30 m and the width is 10 m. Harry and Sally will need to put a fence, with a gate, around the chicken run. They are advised that the least area a free range hen needs is 0.8 m². They want to have as many hens as they can. Hens cost £7.50 each. Putting in the fence will cost £9.85 per metre and a 1m wide gate will cost £12.35. Work out the total cost of buying the hens and fencing the land.

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Help Step 4: Work out the cost of the hens and add on the cost of the fence and gate. Harry and Sally want to keep free range hens. They have a rectangular piece of land that they intend to use for a chicken run. The length of the land is 30 m and the width is 10 m. Harry and Sally will need to put a fence, with a gate, around the chicken run. They are advised that the least area a free range hen needs is 0.8 m². They want to have as many hens as they can. Hens cost £7.50 each. Putting in the fence will cost £9.85 per metre and a 1m wide gate will cost £12.35. Work out the total cost of buying the hens and fencing the land. End of Problem Return to Menu End of Problem Return to Menu

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Hint Draw a sketch Harry and Sally want to keep free range hens. They have a rectangular piece of land that they intend to use for a chicken run. The length of the land is 30 m and the width is 10 m. Harry and Sally will need to put a fence, with a gate, around the chicken run. They are advised that the least area a free range hen needs is 0.8 m². They want to have as many hens as they can. Hens cost £7.50 each. Putting in the fence will cost £9.85 per metre and a 1m wide gate will cost £12.35. Work out the total cost of buying the hens and fencing the land.

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Hint Work out the cost of the fence plus a gate. Harry and Sally want to keep free range hens. They have a rectangular piece of land that they intend to use for a chicken run. The length of the land is 30 m and the width is 10 m. Harry and Sally will need to put a fence, with a gate, around the chicken run. They are advised that the least area a free range hen needs is 0.8 m². They want to have as many hens as they can. Hens cost £7.50 each. Putting in the fence will cost £9.85 per metre and a 1m wide gate will cost £12.35. Work out the total cost of buying the hens and fencing the land.

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Hint Work out how many hens they can fit in. Harry and Sally want to keep free range hens. They have a rectangular piece of land that they intend to use for a chicken run. The length of the land is 30 m and the width is 10 m. Harry and Sally will need to put a fence, with a gate, around the chicken run. They are advised that the least area a free range hen needs is 0.8 m². They want to have as many hens as they can. Hens cost £7.50 each. Putting in the fence will cost £9.85 per metre and a 1m wide gate will cost £12.35. Work out the total cost of buying the hens and fencing the land.

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Harry and Sally want to keep free range hens. They have a rectangular piece of land that they intend to use for a chicken run. The length of the land is 30 m and the width is 10 m. Harry and Sally will need to put a fence, with a gate, around the chicken run. They are advised that the least area a free range hen needs is 0.8 m². They want to have as many hens as they can. Hens cost £7.50 each. Putting in the fence will cost £9.85 per metre and a 1m wide gate will cost £12.35. Work out the total cost of buying the hens and fencing the land. End of Problem Return to Menu End of Problem Return to Menu

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Hint Draw a sketch Harry and Sally want to keep free range hens. They have a rectangular piece of land that they intend to use for a chicken run. The length of the land is 30 m and the width is 10 m. Harry and Sally will need to put a fence, with a gate, around the chicken run. They are advised that the least area a free range hen needs is 0.8 m². They want to have as many hens as they can. Hens cost £7.50 each. Putting in the fence will cost £9.85 per metre and a 1m wide gate will cost £12.35. Work out the total cost of buying the hens and fencing the land.

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Hint Work out the cost of the fence plus a gate. Harry and Sally want to keep free range hens. They have a rectangular piece of land that they intend to use for a chicken run. The length of the land is 30 m and the width is 10 m. Harry and Sally will need to put a fence, with a gate, around the chicken run. They are advised that the least area a free range hen needs is 0.8 m². They want to have as many hens as they can. Hens cost £7.50 each. Putting in the fence will cost £9.85 per metre and a 1m wide gate will cost £12.35. Work out the total cost of buying the hens and fencing the land.

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Hint Work out how many hens they can fit in. Harry and Sally want to keep free range hens. They have a rectangular piece of land that they intend to use for a chicken run. The length of the land is 30 m and the width is 10 m. Harry and Sally will need to put a fence, with a gate, around the chicken run. They are advised that the least area a free range hen needs is 0.8 m². They want to have as many hens as they can. Hens cost £7.50 each. Putting in the fence will cost £9.85 per metre and a 1m wide gate will cost £12.35. Work out the total cost of buying the hens and fencing the land.

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Hint Work out the total cost of buying the hens and fencing the land Harry and Sally want to keep free range hens. They have a rectangular piece of land that they intend to use for a chicken run. The length of the land is 30 m and the width is 10 m. Harry and Sally will need to put a fence, with a gate, around the chicken run. They are advised that the least area a free range hen needs is 0.8 m². They want to have as many hens as they can. Hens cost £7.50 each. Putting in the fence will cost £9.85 per metre and a 1m wide gate will cost £12.35. Work out the total cost of buying the hens and fencing the land. End of Problem Return to Menu End of Problem Return to Menu

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Hint Work out the cost of the fence plus a gate. Work out the cost of the chickens Harry and Sally want to keep free range hens. They have a rectangular piece of land that they intend to use for a chicken run. The length of the land is 30 m and the width is 10 m. Harry and Sally will need to put a fence, with a gate, around the chicken run. They are advised that the least area a free range hen needs is 0.8 m². They want to have as many hens as they can. Hens cost £7.50 each. Putting in the fence will cost £9.85 per metre and a 1m wide gate will cost £12.35. Work out the total cost of buying the hens and fencing the land. End of Problem Return to Menu End of Problem Return to Menu

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