# Math

It takes a company 4hrs to build 1,300 cell phones. If the company continues working at the same rate, how many hours will it take to bulid 39,000 cell phones?

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1. 39,000 / 1,300 = _______ hours

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2. 30

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3. 30 is right.

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4. Thanks Ms. Sue

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5. You're welcome, Amy.

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