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Yes I am not smarter than a 6th grader.

How do I show the math and in the simplest form for the following:

A sixth grade class has 100 sheets of lightweight paper. They use 3/4 of the paper for a collection of class poems. What is the total thickness of the paper they use?

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You need to know the thickness of the 100 sheets to solve this problem.

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100 sheets of lightweight paper is 3/10 in

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This is a multiplication of fractions problem.

(3/10) * (3/4) = 9/40 in.

If you wanted to use a calculator, change the fractions to decimals.

0.3 * 0.75 = 0.225 in.

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75 papers thickness

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Umm I don't know!

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I need to know how to work this work sheet. For each of the following regions, shade in the given percentage of the given percentage of its area.

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00000000

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00000000

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1

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The equation below shows how Mandy decides how much juice to buy for a party. In the equation, g is the number of gallons of juice she buys, and t is the length of the party in hours.
g=3t+5

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95

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Simplest form of 0.8

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Well to find the simplest form just divide both numbers by the same number they can both go into equally

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what question?

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jada has 7/8 cup of cheese. Her cheese bread recipe calls for 1/6 cup of cheese. How many times can she make her recipe can she make a recipe with her cheese she has.

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Find the value for x and the scale factor

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3/4 of the width
12/40in in all
12÷4×3=9
9/40