For some reason I just can't visualize this (and so I can't solve it). But I do know that the answer should come out to 8.
Your neighbor is planning to fence a 10ft by 15ft rectangular plot of ground to use as a garden. She intends to plant a 1ft wide border of flowers along the inside of the entire perimeter. The rectangular section surrounded by this border will be planted with vegetables in 11-foot-long rows parallel to the longer sides. Now, when your neighbor plants the vegetables, she wants the center lines of adjacent rows to be at least 10 inches apart. She also wants the center lines of the outermost rows to be at least 10 inches from the inner edge of the flower border. According to these planting restrictions, what is the maximum number of 11-foot-long rows of vegetables that could be planted within this garden plot?