Divide and use the next number up.
230/25 = ??
Since you normally wouldn't have 2/10ths of a hose, you'll have to add 1 (whole number) to the whole number in the answer.
But it is 25 yards & 230 feet. I'm not sure I understand.
Since there are 3 feet in a yard, each 25-yard hose is 75 feet long.
Now divide 230 feet by 75. It comes out to just over 3. Since 3 hoses isn't enough, we'll need to round up to the nearest whole number.
Oh, sorry -- I didn't read the problem carefully. Please follow Ms. Sue's directions.
That makes sense, thank you to everyone for your help.
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