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- Lynn Houston

I can answer questions in basic algebra and any grade school math.

Love math, currently helping my nephew get through Intermediate Algebra.

I majored in Math Ed in college (but decided not to teach), so have over 40 credits of math.

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Kenneth | 01/13/17 | 10 | 10 | 10 | thank you for the reply and solution! |

Kenneth | 01/11/17 | 10 | 10 | 10 | Thanks for the reply! |

Kenneth | 01/02/17 | 10 | 10 | 10 | |

bob | 12/21/16 | 10 | 10 | 10 | This was the same answer I had ..... |

Muhammad Ali | 12/05/15 | 10 | 10 | 10 |

I think there is a typo in your book b calculations, but the reason the average is higher than the absolute is because you're extrapolating the data to fill in the full year. Taking the average assumes

I'm saying, if you have space for 54 hangers, 27 on each side of the divider, then you can store 54 blouses if you put on each per hanger. By putting 2 per hanger, you might have room for 1 or 2 less

Sorry, I goofed, I was thinking 17 hangers instead of 27. If you lose one hanger space due to the added thickness of having 2 blouses per hanger, you'll still have 25 more blouses hung. Even if you have

If I understand correctly, your question is whether you can hang more blouses in one area by putting just one blouse per hanger or putting more than one? The answer is more than one. If you put 2 per

Generally speaking, you will always fit more clothing hanging them rather than stacking. The hope chest is 3 inches longer, but you don't tell me how deep it is (or the width of your hangers). Based