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you have 6 pieces of wood 2-8in,2-6in,2-4in to make a rectangle picture frame using 4 pieces of wood how many frames can you make? (rectangle frames)
Would it be 2?

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Since a frame requires four sides/pieces of wood, you could only make one.

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