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Holly works in a stable. She's throwing straw into a stall that's 12 feet long by 8 feet wide. If she throws 12 cubic feet of straw each minute, how many minutes will it take until the straw in the stall is 2 feet deep?

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12 x 8 x 2 is the number of cubic feet of straw she must throw.
|dw:1357741721028:dw| Can you see that when finished, the stall will have a "box" of straw 8'x12'x2' hight?
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@Mertsj but how can i figure out how many minutes that will take?
She throws 12 cubic feet each minute so divide the number of cubic feet by 12 and that will be the number of minutes.
amazing! thanks
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so is it 16?

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