anonymous
  • anonymous
At a telethon, a volunteer can take 48 calls over a 4-hour shift. At this rate, how many calls can 12 volunteers take in a 4-hour shift? (Do you do: 48calls divided by 4hrs=12calls/hr. 12 times 12=144calls/4hrs) Is this right?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
yes it should be im 99.99% sure
candyme
  • candyme
If 1 volunteer can do 48 calls in 4 hours, how many can 12 volunteers do in 4 hours? Wouldn't you just multiply 48x12?
anonymous
  • anonymous
its correct

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