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WILL GIVE MEDAL AND FAN PLEASE HELP ME Jordan is a manager of a car dealership. He has two professional car washers, Matthew and Arianna, to clean the entire lot of cars. Matthew can wash all the cars in 14 hours. Arianna can wash all the cars in 11 hours. Jordan wants to know how long it will take them to wash all the cars in the lot if they work together. Write an equation and solve for the time it will take Matthew and Arianna to wash all the cars together. Explain each step.

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  1. anonymous
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    @dan815

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    please help me i don't understand the question can u please help me @dan815

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    please anyone help me please @pooja195

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    please help me @Michele_Laino

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    antone please help @undeadknight26

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    PLEASE HELP @pooja195

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    I will help you with this if you help me with some of mine :)

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    ok

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    okay just a sec let me work it out

  10. radar
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    Use the product over sum: (11*14)/25 154/25=6.16 6 hrs & 9.6 minutes 6 hrs, 9 minutes and 36 seconds.

  11. radar
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    There working together is computed like connecting resistors in parallel.

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    ohhh ok thank you don't worry @KayBell14 ill still help you

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    thank you @ radar

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    Omg thank you so much! I was working the problem out too >.< uff Im sorry

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    i think i get it

  16. radar
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    To get their work rate, Ariana can get 1/11 of the work done in one hour Matthew can get 1/14 of the work done in one hour. working together the fraction of the job that would get done is 1/Ttotal = 1/11 +1/14|dw:1438215099762:dw|

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