Sam is planting vegetables in his garden and a row of 6 flowers. He only has room for 10 rows of flowers/vegetables and enough money to buy at most 42 plants. What is the greatest number of vegetables he can plant in each row?

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Answer:9 rows of 4 vegetables each

Step-by-Step Explanation:Money he has = enough for 42 plants

Number of flowers = 6

So, number of vegetables = 42 – 6 = 36

One row goes for flowers

So 36 / 9 = 4

∴ Number of vegetables per row is 4