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Best answer: from 9:30 to 12:00 is 2.5 hours -------------------- it takes 2.5 hours to pick 1/3 of an acre The remain 2/3 of an acre will take twice as long which is 5 hours. ----------------------- She takes a 1 hour lunch at 12:00 which brings her to 1:00pm Then another 5 hours to pick the remaining 2/3 acres brings... show more

We are going to have a workshop about about a systematic approach where participants will discover their real potential, success qualities and who they were designed to be.

Best answer: Paper bags are needlessly wasteful. Get a lunch box or a reusable cloth bag.

The (negative (sic)) food chain?

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Best answer: Honestly speaking, there were no "scientists" in the bible. There were some people who worked for the head honcho who could possibly be construed as progenitors of the scientist, but the scientific method was born about a thousand years AD. So classification of the food pyramid was very basic. The... show more

Best answer: No. The present condition of education in this country is terminal.

A. Damages B. Contributory negligence C. Voluntary assumption of risk D. The standard of care

Best answer: This is a rate problem Convert to how much is done in a unit of time Drew builds a box in t hours Therefor 1/t of the box is built in 1 hour Eric builds in 3t hours    Therefor 1/(3t) is built in 1 hour Together they build a box in 5 hours    Therefor 1/5 of the box is built in 1... show more

Best answer: We got them from England. England changed to the metric system; the US didn't.

1/5 + 1/7 =?

5 answers · 4 days ago

Best answer: Try googling 'florida coordinates map'. However, for a place as large as Florida you can't really use coordinates unless you use a range, i.e. 'Florida is between this coordinate and that coordinate'.

To what extent did the rise of guilds impact urbanization?

Best answer: Be sure to double-check your work, but if it is indeed correct, you have proven that 5 = 5 *no matter what x is*. In this case, we say "x has infinitely many solutions".