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December 5, 2013

# Posts by joel

Total # Posts: 239

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I'm sorry, I can't get it, pls help clarify. thanks

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Mr T's salary is \$800 less than 3 times of his wife's salary. His wife's salary is 4/10 as much as his. how much is their total monthly salary?(non-algebra method pls)

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16 similar writing pads and 24 similar jotter books are stacked in a pile. their total thickness is 14.4cm.Each writing pad is 3x as thick as each jotter book. what is the thickness of the pile of jotter books? Please show me a non-algebraic method of solving this.Thanks

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Sorry, i need to solve this by a non-algebraic way as we have not learnt algebra yet. Can you show me how? Tks.

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16 similar writing pads and 24 similar jotter books are stacked in a pile. their total thickness is 14.4cm.Each writing pad is 3x as thick as each jotter book. what is the thickness of the pile of jotter books?

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ok, thanks. I get it now.

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That was not the answer the teacher gave. It was \$179.50 for the coat. How do I get this answer?

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Mr Zubir bouught a pair of pants, a shirt and a coat. The pair of pants and shirt costs \$100.90. The pants and coat costs \$244.50. The coat costs 5 times as much as the shirt. How much did Mr Zubir pay for his coat?

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Caharles can buy 50 oranges and 60 apples for \$100. He can 100 oranges for \$100. How many apples can he buy for \$100?

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1/7 of Matthew's allowance is equal to 3/8 of Ryan's allowance. What is the ratio of Matthew's allowance to Ryan's?

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