Post a New Question

math

posted by .

Mr. Gray was able to cut twelve 3-foot pieces of wood from a board without wasting any part of the board. What is the largest number of 4-foot pieces of wood Mr. Gray could have cut from the same board? Pls. explain.ty

  • math -

    It must have been a 36 foot board, since
    12 x 3 = 36 .

    How many 4 foot pieces can you cut from that length? That's the answer

  • math -

    idk i need help

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. math

    you need 5 foot long board into pieces that are 3/4 of a foot long. How many pieces can we cut?
  2. math

    Chris has a 3 1/2 feet long board of wood He cut out 4 pieces that are each 2/3 foot long Find the combined length of the 4 pieces
  3. math

    if you have a 6 foot long board and it's cut into 4/5 pieces how many pieces can you have a what portion of the board is left over
  4. math

    fifteen-foot board is cut into 2 1/3 foot long pieces for a bookcase. After as many pieces are cut, how long is the remaining piece?
  5. Physical Science

    If six blocks of wood were cut from the same board , would all the pieces of wood have the same density?
  6. math

    James has a board that is 3/4 foot long. He wants to cut the board into pieces that's each 1/8 foot long. How many pieces can James cut from the board?
  7. Math

    How many 3/8 foot pieces of wood can you cut from a board that is 1 7/8 feet long?
  8. Math

    How many 5/8 foot pieces of wood can you cut from a board that is 2 7/8 feet long?
  9. Math

    Hank has a board that is 6 2/3 feet long. He cuts the board into equal pieces that are each 5/6 foot long. How many 5/6 foot pieces can Hank cut from the board?
  10. Math

    A furniture maker is building a bookshelf she needs to cut rectangular pieces of wood to a length of 5/12 foot and a width of 2/3 foot what is the area of a piece of wood that size

More Similar Questions

Post a New Question