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Mang Karding bought a roll of fencing material for his front yard measuring 114 m in length. if he plans to put a post along his fence every 6 m how many posts will he need? (please explain briefly and medal for good answer)

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  1. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    let p for the post the given 1 post is 6m write fraction 1post similar to p write fraction 6 m similar to 114 m then cross mutipfly 1 post 6m ----- = ----- post? 114m (114*1)=6p 114 /6 = p 19 = p If I deserve medal then give me one

  2. moongazer
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    ok but i think you should add one because there is also a post after the 19 posts because the end of the fence will have no post if it is only 19. am i right? that is what my teacher told me

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