morganwarren
  • morganwarren
Aisle 2 of a furniture store stocks 4-legged chairs, 4-legged tables, and 3-legged stools. If there are t tables, c chairs, and s stools, which expressions show the total number of furniture legs in aisle 2?
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morganwarren
  • morganwarren
please help me lol
morganwarren
  • morganwarren
@Lexi_Loves
retirEEd
  • retirEEd
I missed the part about furniture legs. I thought it was t + c + s for how much furniture was in aisle 2.

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morganwarren
  • morganwarren
so what do i do now
retirEEd
  • retirEEd
count all the legs per piece of furniture and multiple it by the each variable per type of furniture
Lexi_Loves
  • Lexi_Loves
.... WOW.....
retirEEd
  • retirEEd
try unit analysis you want the answer in legs per aisle legs/aisle = (legs/table)( table/aisle) + (legs/chair)( chair/aisle) + (legs/stool)(stools/aisle) another way is All Pieces of Furniture = APofF = t + c + s If APofF has fours legs legs/aisle = [ (APofF/aisle) (4) (legs/APofF) ] - (s legs/aisle) = [(4)(APofF) - s] legs/aisle

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