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- horsegal244

Please help ill give medals.....
Kelsey painted one-fourth of her bedroom in three-sevenths of an hour. At this rate, how long would it take her to paint the entire room?

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- anonymous

3 hrs

- StudyGurl14

Multiply three-sevenths by 4 to find how long it would take to paint 4/4, or the whole, room

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- horsegal244

12/7

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- StudyGurl14

yep

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12/7 of an hour, which is how many minutes?

- horsegal244

Is that the answer?

- horsegal244

1 4/7

- Durply

no she has already done 1/4 so it would be 9/7

- horsegal244

Huh i don't get it

- Durply

add 3/7 3 times

- StudyGurl14

yes, but multiply 1 4/7 by 60 to find total minutes.
And @Durphy we are trying to find how long it would take to do the whole room, not how much longer it will take to finsih

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- Durply

ok my bad read it wrong

- horsegal244

720/7

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- StudyGurl14

yes, now turn that into decimals.
Do you have any answer choices?

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- StudyGurl14

oh, then 12/7 is teh answer

- horsegal244

ok TY

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