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posted by christal .
a bell rings er=very 2hours,a srcond bell rings every 3 hours,and a third bell ring every 4 hours.if all bells ring at 9:00a.m.,whst time will the next 3 bells ring?
a)10:00p.m
b)6:00p.m.
c)9:00 p.m.
d)noon
e)not enought information
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