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    Cases per hour

    Hey guys I know this is probably a bit easy for your tastes, but I want to figure out a stocker cases per an hour.

    So in example if he throws 109 cases in an hour and 35 mins

    What's a simple formula I can use?

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    Re: Cases per hour

    95 min : 109
    1 min : 109/95
    60 min : ?
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    Re: Cases per hour

    Quote Originally Posted by DenisB View Post
    95 min : 109
    1 min : 109/95
    60 min : ?
    Some just told me to use 109 / 95 * 60
    Seems like that will work, but I have not tested it a few times yet.

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    Re: Cases per hour

    That's what I told you too!
    What grade are you in?
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    Re: Cases per hour

    Quote Originally Posted by DenisB View Post
    That's what I told you too!
    What grade are you in?
    I simply misunderstood the layout to your response. While appreciated, it was just something that looked foreign to me.
    This has nothing to do with academics. I don't think you need to know my "grade" (or if you meant education level?) however, I finished with school currently. Well past High School. I'm just very weak in math unfortunately. Good day ^.-
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    Re: Cases per hour

    Well, was only trying to be helpful...
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    Re: Cases per hour

    Quote Originally Posted by ericipemail View Post
    Hey guys I know this is probably a bit easy for your tastes, but I want to figure out a stocker cases per an hour.

    So in example if he throws 109 cases in an hour and 35 mins

    What's a simple formula I can use?

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    "throws cases"? What does he throw them at?
    An hour and 35 min is 60+ 35= 95 minutes so he "throws" 109 cases in 95 minutes. That is $\frac{109}{95}$ cases per minute. If you want "cases per hour" multiply by 60 min/hour: $\frac{109}{95}(60)$ cases per hour.
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