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**1**unit of work.**John**contributes one...other words:**1**+**1**/**4**+**1**/6 =**1**+ 3/12 + 2...12 So, they can do 17/12 of the job in**1**hour. That means they can do**1**job in 12...8 Answers · Education & Reference · 08/08/2010

... £15. Therefore, Ryan: 1 unit = £15 John : 4 units = 4 * £15 = £60 Susan: 6...it grew 6.25 % longer, which means that it is 106.25% long in the sense of...

6 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 06/04/2008

...left side . . 1 (√5 + 2...2) . . . . 5 - 4 4 . John scored...both his Maths and Science...in which subject did he perform ...: Mean - 72 SD...

2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 01/03/2010

...so in one hour she can finish

**1**/**4**of the job**John**can finish on 6 hours so in one hour he can do**1**/6 Together, they will... (x) So that means**1**/4x +**1**/6x =**1**(one whole...4 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 21/07/2009

...the same amount? Means : when

**does**season ticket holder s cost = non-season ticket holder s cost? Means : 72.48 + 6x = 18.08x Solve...a class trip. This is**1**/**4**of the money needed for the trip...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 17/04/2011

...up: Sally takes

**4**hours to paint the house. That means she**does 1**/**4**of the house in**1**hour. Do the same with**John**-- in**1**hour he can paint**1**/6 of the house. Now add them**1**/4x...4 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 26/04/2009

...the ADD category of bank, because Hawks recorded it, but the bank did not. Checks no. 104 and no. 105 would be listed as the LESS...

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 05/03/2012

...work rate into a fraction per hour

**john**can do**1**/6 of his work per hour while sally can do**1**/**4**then you put the numbers...isolate x x = 2.**4**that means it took them 2.**4**...5 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 16/07/2007

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**1**& 2 on another of your... leaving**4**/5 M............**1**-**1**...of the**4**/5M that means he will still have left**1**... on this or any other**math**problem feel free to let...3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 08/01/2012

Let's say

**John**has X amount of marbles. that means Sam has (**1**/**4**) of X. So Sam's marbles is equal to (**1**...2 Answers · Education & Reference · 04/05/2015