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Q. 6 toy cars are in 16in

16 divided by 6=2.66 cars p/in

How many in 64in = 64x2.66=24 cars
40in = 40x 2.66= 15 cars
104" = 104 x 2.66= 39cars

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    no. 16in/6 cars gives units of inches per car, not cars per inch.

    How many in 64 inches?

    64inches* 6cars/16inches = notice how the units inches divide out, and leaves the unit cars....

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