I_Ask_Alot
  • I_Ask_Alot
Help ASAP A contractor takes 4 1/2 days to build 3/4 of a deck. Complete the unit rate.
Mathematics
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Hero
  • Hero
Another way to state the question: How many days does it take to build 1 deck?
I_Ask_Alot
  • I_Ask_Alot
OK so is the answer 3 3/8?
Hero
  • Hero
How'd you come up with that?

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I_Ask_Alot
  • I_Ask_Alot
I multiplied 4 1/2 and 3/4
I_Ask_Alot
  • I_Ask_Alot
Oh and BTW I got your message thx for the advice
Hero
  • Hero
You can't just multiply the two together. That's not how it works. You have to reason your way through the problem solving process. Where do you start? First make sure yoo understand what a unit rate is.
I_Ask_Alot
  • I_Ask_Alot
OK so can you walk me though it instead of just telling me the answer.
Hero
  • Hero
Actually, just to save time I'm going to link you to a good explanation. But later, I will post how I personally approach these. I have to go to work soon. If I had more time, I'd explain my own approach. http://www.algebra.com/algebra/homework/Conjunction/Conjunction.faq.question.942538.html
I_Ask_Alot
  • I_Ask_Alot
Thank you so much

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