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ela099 Group Title

it takes 5 hrs for 6 cooks to prepare food , how long will it take 7 cooks to prepare food?

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  1. GregTheo Group Title
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    this is a proportion. 5/6 = x/7 x= 35/6

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  2. ela099 Group Title
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    How much is 35/6 in hours ?

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  3. GregTheo Group Title
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    5.83333333333 Hrs

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    or 5 hours and 50 min

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  5. ela099 Group Title
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    Thanks

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    So it's going to take more time for seven cooks?

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    It only took five hours for six cooks, but it's going to take almost 6 hours for seven cooks? How does that make sense?

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    @GregTheo

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  9. GregTheo Group Title
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    oh yeah... misread the question

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  10. ela099 Group Title
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    $5400 is invested. at 11% and 7%. whats 11% of 5400? whats 7% of 5400?

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    @elo099, what about the question about the cooks?

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  12. ela099 Group Title
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    oh, um ... idk

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  13. GregTheo Group Title
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    5 hrs at 6 cooks is 30 cook hours. if 7 cooks work then 30/7 is the number of hours

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    OK So this can be a little difficult to understand -- so let's show it this way: If 6 cooks do it on 5 hours, how long would it take 1 cook? 5 hours = time for one cook / 6 cooks 30 = time for one cook So if it takes 1 cook 30 hours, how long would it take 8 cooks: 30 hours for 1 cook / 8 cooks = 3.75 hours or 3 hours and 45 minutes. Hope this explanation is helpful.

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    I think its inverse variation, since if you have more cooks it takes less time. 5 = k/6 k = 30 x = 30/7 = 4.28

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    ^ What @niravshah08 said

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  17. niravshah08 Group Title
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    @KNicksfan4life you copy pasted it wrong :P

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  18. ela099 Group Title
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    So r all of you guys hella smart in math???

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  19. niravshah08 Group Title
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    you answer will be 4 hrs 17 mins

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  20. niravshah08 Group Title
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    Please post new questions separately

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  21. KNicksfan4life Group Title
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    594

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  22. KNicksfan4life Group Title
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    ok?

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  23. ela099 Group Title
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    Yes, Thanks

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