11th Grade Math Question - Land Plots

Four triangular gardening plots form a square. Each plot will contain one kind of flower, and flowers in plots that share an edge will be different. How many different ways can the garden be planted if the flowers can be roses, carnations, daisies, lillies, or tulips?

Re: 11th Grade Math Question - Land Plots

Solution: Given four triangular gardening plots form a square. Each plot will contain one kind of flower, and flowers in plots that share an edge will be different.

Than, how many different ways can the garden be planted if the flowers can be roses, carnations, daisies, lilies, or tulips

there for 900 ways you can planted garden