Mathematics

A machine takes 4.2 hours to make 7 parts. At that rate, how many parts can the machine make in 28.8 hours

48 parts
41 parts
172 parts
17 parts

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  1. 48 parts

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  2. It might help to see the process.

    7/4.2 = p/28.8

    Divide both sides by 28.8 and solve.

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  3. The correct answer is 48 parts.xD

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  4. 48 :)

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  5. Yes sasha!

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  6. Cam someone help me with the rest

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  7. Idk what’s the rest?

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  8. Thank you

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  9. ITS 48

    THANK ME LATER ;)

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