A strip of wood 78 inches long is to be cut into pieces 3 3/4 inches long. How many pieces can be cut?
A. 12
B. 21
C. 20
D. 26

A strip of wood 78 inches long is to be cut into pieces 3 3/4 inches long. How many pieces can be cut? 78 ÷ 3 3/4 = 78 ÷ 15/4 = 78 * 4/15 = 20.8 Therefore, 20 pieces can be cut.

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A strip of wood 78 inches long is to be cut into pieces 3 3/4 inches long. How many pieces can be cut?

78 ÷ 3 3/4 = 78 ÷ 15/4 = 78 * 4/15 = 20.8

Therefore, 20 pieces can be cut.

78 ÷ 3 3/4 = 78 ÷ 15/4 = 78 * 4/15 = 20.8

Therefore, 20 pieces can be cut.

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A real estate broker sold your house for $72,000. The broker's commission was 6% of the selling price. How much would you get for the house after the commission is paid?
A. $76,320
B. $73,200
C. $67,680
D. $70,800

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A real estate broker sold your house for $72,000. The broker's commission was 6% of the selling price. How much would you get for the house after the commission is paid?

$72,000 - (72,000*.06) = 72,000 - 4,320 = $67,680

Therefore, you will get $67,680 for the house after the commission is paid.

$72,000 - (72,000*.06) = 72,000 - 4,320 = $67,680

Therefore, you will get $67,680 for the house after the commission is paid.

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A real estate broker sold your house for $72,000. The broker's commission was 6% of the selling price. How much would you get for the house after the commission is paid?
A. $76,320
B. $73,200
C. $67,680
D. $70,800

Weegy: C. $70,800 User: A strip of wood 78 inches long is to be cut into pieces 3 3/4 inches long. How many pieces can be cut?
A. 12
B. 21
C. 20
D. 26
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A real estate broker sold your house for $72,000. The broker's commission was 6% of the selling price. How much would you get for the house after the commission is paid?

$72,000 - (72,000*.06) = 72,000 - 4320 = $67,680

Therefore, the amount you would get for the house after the commission is paid is $67,680.

$72,000 - (72,000*.06) = 72,000 - 4320 = $67,680

Therefore, the amount you would get for the house after the commission is paid is $67,680.

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A strip of wood 78 inches long is to be cut into pieces 3 3/4 inches long. How many pieces can be cut?

78 ÷ 3 3/4 = 78 ÷ 15/4 = 78 * 4/15 = 20.8

Therefore, 20 pieces can be cut.

78 ÷ 3 3/4 = 78 ÷ 15/4 = 78 * 4/15 = 20.8

Therefore, 20 pieces can be cut.

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D. Lift weights twice a week.

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