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A circular disk is 0.375 of an inch in thickness. If there are 24 disks stacked one on top of the other. How high is the stack of disks?

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  1. ktklown
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    Well if you had two things, each of which was 0.375, how much are they together?

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  2. patbatE21
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    it is .75

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  3. ktklown
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    explain how you got that

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  4. patbatE21
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    (.375 inches thick)(2 disk)

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  5. patbatE21
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    therefore (.375)(24)=9

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  6. ktklown
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    exactly! you got it.

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  7. patbatE21
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    But..How high is the stack?

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  8. Rogonic
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    0.375 times 24 = 9 The stack is 9 inches high

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