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anonymous

  • one year ago

please help!

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  1. anonymous
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    @Hero

  3. Hero
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    What are your thoughts regarding this problem?

  4. anonymous
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    i think b

  5. Hero
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    Let's just discuss the problem for now. Forget about "guessing a,b,c, or d" for now. Describe what you believe needs to be done in order to solve the problem.

  6. anonymous
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    24 x 4 and 16 x 4

  7. Hero
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    Let me ask you something. If you had a whole pie, and I asked you to give me one-fourth of it, explain what you would do to the pie in order to give me my requested slice.

  8. anonymous
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    divide? i don't know i stink at math :(

  9. Hero
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    Yes. Basically 1/4 means to take the whole thing (whatever it is) and divide it it into 4 parts. So, how would we do that for this particular problem?

  10. anonymous
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    24 divided by 4

  11. Hero
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    and 16 divided by 4

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