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if a clock gains 19 1/4 seconds in on week, how many seconds will it gain in one day?

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  1. Divide 19 1/4 by 7

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    Ms. Sue
  2. can u show me the workings please
    19 1/4 by 7

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  3. 19 1/4 = 77/4
    77/4 divided by 7 = 77/4 * 1/7 = ?

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    Ms. Sue
  4. NO MONEY

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  5. 2 3/4

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  6. 77/4 *1/7 = 2 3/4

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