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Óscar has a plot of land in which he has decided that 3/4 of the land will be used to plant vegetables. Of this part, 1/5 will be dedicated to planting lettuce. What total part of the plot's land will be used to grow lettuce?

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1. Calculate the fraction of the land used to plant vegetables: \frac{3}{4}

2. Determine the fraction of the vegetable section that will be used for lettuce: \frac{1}{5}

3. Multiply these fractions to find the total part of the land used for lettuce:

\frac{3}{4} \times \frac{1}{5} = \frac{3 \times 1}{4 \times 5} = \frac{3}{20}

Answer: \frac{3}{20}

2. Determine the fraction of the vegetable section that will be used for lettuce:

3. Multiply these fractions to find the total part of the land used for lettuce:

Answer:

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