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Isaiah changes his bike tire every 4 months. How many tires will he have changed in 2 years?

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    2 years = 24 months

    Take it from there.

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    So each 12 months 3 times, so 6 in 2 years

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    Right.

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    2years=24months

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    On Thursday an Apple farmer produced 515 oz of apple juice how many 64 oz cartoons wear filled how many ounces of juice were felt left over

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    8R3 or just 8 juice boxes

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    12 months = 1 year and there are 2 years so, 12*2=24 months. He changed his tires every 4 months so, 24/4=6. So, Isaiah will have changed 6 tires in 2 years. I did this the EXPLAINING WAY. THAT'S ALL FOLKS! GOOD NIGHT!

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