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28 November, 16:09

Renee can see a 25 square foot quilt in 16 hours. Genera can sew the same size quilt in 12 hours. How long would it take them to see the quilt together?

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  1. 28 November, 16:28
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    Approximately 6.86 hours.

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Renee sews at a rate of 1.5625 sq ft an hour. Found using square feet divided by hours.

    Genera sews at a rate of 2.084 sq ft an hour. Found using square feet divided by hours.

    To find how fast they can sew the quilt together, we must add their sewing speeds together: 1.5626 + 2.084 = 3.64583333.

    Using this equation we can divide a 25 sq ft quilt by their speed of 3.64583333 to get approximately 6.86 hours.

    The answer is approximate because we used rounded decimals.
  2. 28 November, 17:55
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    28 hours because they are too long from each other
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