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    Jo needs to do 3 loads of laundry. If the washers take $1.25 per load and the dryers take $1.00 per load how many quarters will Jo need to bring?

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    3($1.25) + 3($1.00)
    $3.75 + $3.00
    $6.75
    What is the value of a quarter?  $0.25   Divide $6.75 by $0.25
    27
    The entire equation would read:  3($1.25) + 3($1.00) / $0.25  

    mycatsmom

    And you even wrote it out in algebraic style,PKB . If you would have gone to college, you could have gone a llloooonnnnggggg ways :-)
    Bob/PKB

    MCM: I have a B.A. in Sociology and a K-12 teaching credential, both of which I barely earned.
    Would that I were able to relive those high school and college years, there would have been a different valedictorian. Well, salutatorian...

    27.      $6.75/.25 = 27

    mycatsmom

    Clonge, How did you arrive at the $6.75 ?
    Clonge

    Washers, 3 X $1.25 = $3.75. Dryers, 3 X $1.00 = $3.00. $3.00 + $3.75 = $6.75. Detergent/bleach might be extra!

    Five.  Simply jam all the clothes into one load and hang them out to dry when you're done.


    Home Economics 101.

    ROMOS

    LOL!
    Ducky

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    digger

    Someone ought to put me in charge of deficit and debt reduction.
    ROMOS

    Indeed!


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