If a sausage-making machine produces 3,000 sausages in h hours, how many sausages can it produce in m minutes? The answer is 50m/h .... but why??!! Why 50? Why not just 3000/h and then the result divided by m? or (3000/h) _______ m PLEASE HELP!
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Hello, Originally Posted by AMSimon If a sausage-making machine produces 3,000 sausages in h hours, how many sausages can it produce in m minutes? The answer is 50m/h .... but why??!! Why 50? Why not just 3000/h and then the result divided by m? or (3000/h) _______ m PLEASE HELP! There are 60 minutes in 1 hour. So if the machine produces 3000 sausages an hour, it will produce 60 times less sausages in one minute
Originally Posted by AMSimon If a sausage-making machine produces 3,000 sausages in h hours, how many sausages can it produce in m minutes? The answer is 50m/h .... but why??!! Why 50? There are 60 minutes is one hour. It makes in one hour.
what if you wanted to find out for 2 or 3 hours, or each 15 minutes. why divide by 60 right off the bat? then it will always have to be one hour?
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