On the first day we plowed 4.5 hectares less than on the second day. How many hectares were plowed on the second day if 63.9 hectares of land were plowed in two days?
First, from the total number of hectares, we need to subtract the difference in the number of hectares plowed on the first and second day.
1) 63.9 ha – 4.5 ha = 59.4 ha.
Next, we will determine how many hectares of the field were plowed on the first day.
2) 59.2 hectares / 2 days = 29.7 hectares.
Now let’s find out how many hectares of the field were plowed on the second day, adding another 4.5 hectares to the number of hectares plowed on the first day.
3) 29.7 + 4.5 hectares = 34.2 hectares.
To summarize: on the first day we plowed 29.7 hectares of field, and on the second day – 34.2 hectares of field.
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