anonymous
  • anonymous
There are 15 rows of diamond rings in a case in the jewelry store. There are 24 rings in each row. Another case has 12 rows of rings with a variety of colored stones and has 18 rings in each row. How many more diamond rings than rings with colored stones are in the jewelry store?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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texaschic101
  • texaschic101
15 rows of diamond rings...24 rings in each row 15 * 24 = 360 diamond rings 12 rows of colored stones...18 rings in each row 12 * 18 = 216 colored rings Leaving a total of (360 - 216) = 144 more diamonds then colored stones

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