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Jonathan mowed around the perimeter of the football field. The field was 360 feet long by 150 feet wide. If Jonathan mowed two laps around the field, how many feet did he mow?

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2040 feet.

explanation

To calculate the total distance Jonathan mowed, we need to find the perimeter of the football field and multiply it by the number of laps.

The length of the field is 360 feet, and the width is 150 feet.

To find the perimeter, we add up the lengths of all four sides:

Perimeter = 2 × (length + width) = 2 × (360 + 150) = 2 × 510 = 1020 feet.

Jonathan mowed around the perimeter of the football field, which has a length of 1020 feet.

Since he mowed two laps, we multiply the perimeter by 2:

Total distance mowed = 1020 feet × 2 = 2040 feet.

Therefore, Jonathan mowed a total of 2040 feet.

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