anonymous
  • anonymous
This is my last question for today, I believe... And I need help. I got B, between 60 and 80 boxes. Am I correct? Howard uses rolls of tape to seal boxes in the shipping department where he works. Each roll has 450 feet of tape. He estimates that it takes between 6 feet and 7.25 feet of tape to seal each box. Which is a reasonable estimate of the number of boxes Howard could expect to seal with 1 roll of tape? A. Between 40 and 60 boxes B. Between 60 and 80 boxes C. Between 80 and 100 boxes D. Between 100 and 120 boxes
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anonymous
  • anonymous
yeas
anonymous
  • anonymous
Sound right to me.
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Well, at six feet per box, 6x=450; at 7.25 feet per box, 29x/4=450. Is that what you did?

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