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Dont need it anymore

 Aug 25, 2017
edited by bmichelle9  Aug 25, 2017
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f+s= total # of trips

x+y= amount of cement they bring when they each go one trip

xf + sy = total number of concrete they bring after all their trips

 Aug 25, 2017
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\(x\) = cubic yards of cement the first truck can hold at one time

 

\(y\) = cubic yards of cement the second truck can hold at one time

 

\(f\) = number of trips of the first truck

 

\(s\) = number of trips of the second truck

 

\(f+s\) = the combined number of trips between the first and second trucks

 

\(x+y\) = the combined cubic yards of cement that can be held between the first and second trucks

 

\(xf+sy\) = the combined cubic yards of cement delivered between the first and second trucks

 Aug 25, 2017
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bmichelle9, are you a naturally rude idiot, or have you received special training?

Put the question back so others can learn from it.  

 Aug 25, 2017
edited by Guest  Aug 25, 2017
edited by GingerAle  Aug 26, 2017

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