MATH SOLVE

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# A farmer has a section of a field that measures 4×10^3 feet by 5×10^5 feet planted with carrots. Another section is planted with corn measuring 6×10^4 feet by 3×10^4 feet. Part A: What is the area of the carrot section? Show work.Part B: What is the area of the corn section? Show work.Part C: How much larger is the area of the carrot section than the corn section. Show work.

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Answer:Part A. = 2,000,000,000Step-by-step explanation:To find the first measurements solve the equation.10^3 = 1,000So now 1,000 multiplied by 44 x 1,000 = 4,000for the second side or measurement solve again. 10^5 = 100,0005 x 100,000 = 500, 000with both measurements 4,000 and 500,000 to find area we need to multiply both sides4,000 x 500,000 = 2,000,000,000See if you can solve the other one, if you can't I'll help!Hope this helps!Please mark as brainliest answer!! THanks!!