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**John**Pam can do 6 times the**work**of Susan ... contributes**1**unit of**work**.**John**contributes one...other words:**1**+**1**/**4**+**1**/6 =**1**+**3**/12 + 2/12 =**1**+ 5/12...8 Answers · Education & Reference · 08/08/2010

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**work**it out like this:**John**drinks**1**/2 of**3**/**4**which is the same as**1**/2x3/**4**. ...answer. You probably wouldn't have to do all that working out for that question but it's good to...5 Answers · Education & Reference · 22/05/2012

**1**)**John**8:42 5:14... 7:32**3**:43 ...how much did she make... worked these ...week: 6, 5**1**/2,**4 1**/**4**, 7**1**... he worked 47 ...10.73 ***1**.5 = $16.095...2 Answers · Education & Reference · 10/11/2011

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**4**hours, with help, it... paints**1**/**4**of the house per hour**John**paints**1**/6 of the...**4**+**1**/6)T =**1**job (**3**/12 + 2/12)T =**1**job...4 Answers · Education & Reference · 23/10/2009

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**work**with. 12**1**/**4**= 49/**4**square yards. 24**1**/**3**= 73/**3**square yards. And you 40 square yards to start with...3 Answers · Education & Reference · 09/05/2012

...amount of time. In

**1**hour**john**can do**1**/**4**of the job and Tara can... in one hour**1**/**4**+**1**/6**3**/12 + 2/12 5/12 So in one hour working together they can do 5/12 of the...1 Answers · Education & Reference · 31/03/2014

...;-- Dwight doing the job alone Together = 6 <--

**John**and Dwight working together Complete per hour:**John**=**1**/a Dwight =**1**/(a+9) together...1 Answers · Education & Reference · 11/03/2013

...therefore paint

**1**/**4**of a house every hour.**John**can paint**1**house in 6 hours. He can therefore paint**1**/6 of a house every hour. Working together, they can paint:**1**/**4**+**1**/6 = (**3**+ 2) / 12 = 5 / 12 of a house every hour...6 Answers · Education & Reference · 18/06/2007

...) X/Y= (7 x 10^

**3**)/(**4**x 10^**4**) = (7/**4**) x 10^-**1**=**1**.75 x 10^-**1**(C) X+Y=(7 x 10^**3**)+(**4**x 10^**4**) = (7 x 10^**3**)+(40 x 10^**3**) = 10^**3***(7+40) = 47*10^**3**=**4**.7*10^**4**(D...2 Answers · Education & Reference · 30/06/2011