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29 November, 07:53

Hello answer this:

A company sells bottles of liquid laundry soap. Each bottle contains 150 ounces of laundry soap. Stores can buy boxes of laundry soap with 12 bottles in each box.

Question:

Part A:

How many ounces of soap are in each box?

Part B:

A grocery store ordered 8 boxes of soap. Write an expression that can be used to find the total number of ounces of soap the store ordered.

Part C:

What is the value of your expression from Part A? Explain how you solved it, pretending that you are teaching someone else how to solve it. What steps did you take, and how did you know to perform them?

Part D:

Look at the digits in the hundreds place and thousands place of your answer for Part B. What does the digit in the hundreds place represent compared to the digit in the thousands place?

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  1. 30 November, 07:12
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    To answer " How many ounces of soap are in each box?" ... you need to mult.

    (12 bottles) * (150 ounces of soap) / (1 bottle). "bottle" will cancel out.

    What is (12) (150) ? This represents the number of ounces of detergent per box.
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