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
Michael's father brought him a 16-foot board to cut into shelves for his bedroom. Michael plans to cut the board into 11 equal size lengths for his shelves. The saw blade that Michael will use to cut the board will change the
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? My work; 👈--0-----:-----1/4-----:-----1/2-----:-----3/4
Michael's father broughthim a 16-foot board to cut into 11 equal sizes lengths for his shelves The saw blade that Michael will use to cut the board will change the length of the board by -0.125 inches for each cut. How will this
for that some problem: A board that is 12 feet long must be cut into 2 pieces that have lengths in a ratio of 3 to 2. Find the lengths of the two pieces. arn't you solving two parts because the board was cut in two?