Mohammed, Isaac, Noah, and Felix solicited for boxes of donations for a community flea market. Mohammed collected 71 2 boxes, Isaac collected 81 3 boxes, Noah collected 43 4 boxes, and Felix collected 32 3 boxes. How many boxes did they collect in all?
A. 241 4
B. 241 2
C. 251 3
D. 253 4

To find the total number of boxes collected by Mohammed, Isaac, Noah, and Felix, we need to add up the number of boxes each of them collected. Mohammed collected 71 2 boxes, which is equivalent to 143 boxes (since 1 box is equal to 2 halves). Isaac collected 81 3 boxes, which is equivalent to 245 boxes (since 1 box is equal to 3 thirds). Noah collected 43 4 boxes, which is equivalent to 172 boxes (since 1 box is equal to 4 fourths). Felix collected 32 3 boxes, which is equivalent to 96 boxes (since 1 box is equal to 3 thirds). To find the total number of boxes, we add up these values: 143 +

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To find the total number of boxes collected by Mohammed, Isaac, Noah, and Felix, we need to add up the number of boxes each of them collected.

Mohammed collected 71 2 boxes, which is equivalent to 143 boxes (since 1 box is equal to 2 halves).

Isaac collected 81 3 boxes, which is equivalent to 245 boxes (since 1 box is equal to 3 thirds).

Noah collected 43 4 boxes, which is equivalent to 172 boxes (since 1 box is equal to 4 fourths).

Felix collected 32 3 boxes, which is equivalent to 96 boxes (since 1 box is equal to 3 thirds).

To find the total number of boxes, we add up these values:

143 + 245 + 172 + 96 = 656

Therefore, they collected 656 boxes in all.

Mohammed collected 71 2 boxes, which is equivalent to 143 boxes (since 1 box is equal to 2 halves).

Isaac collected 81 3 boxes, which is equivalent to 245 boxes (since 1 box is equal to 3 thirds).

Noah collected 43 4 boxes, which is equivalent to 172 boxes (since 1 box is equal to 4 fourths).

Felix collected 32 3 boxes, which is equivalent to 96 boxes (since 1 box is equal to 3 thirds).

To find the total number of boxes, we add up these values:

143 + 245 + 172 + 96 = 656

Therefore, they collected 656 boxes in all.

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At the end of the year, a library reported 32 books lost or stolen, and 24 books were sent out for repair. If the library originally had 1,219 books, 1,163 were left on the shelves or in circulation.

Solution: 1,219-(32+24)=1,163.

Solution: 1,219-(32+24)=1,163.

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