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# Rafrandall

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Six boxes are stacked one on top of the other. What is the total height of the boxes when they are stacked if each box is 4 2/3

Jun 6, 2021

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Try multiplying the numbers together.

6 * 4 2/3

=^._.^=

Jun 6, 2021
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Since there are 6 boxes, and each one is 14/3 units high, all of them stacked on top of each other is (14/3)*6=28

JP

Jun 6, 2021
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Please do not override other people's solutions unless you have a good reason.

Catmg left the answer unfinished for a good reason.  She/he wanted guest to finish it for themself.

Melody  Jun 6, 2021
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I'm sorry, can you tell me how I can delete my solution? (since after people have replied to your post, I can't find a way to delete it)

JKP1234567890  Jun 6, 2021
edited by JKP1234567890  Jun 6, 2021
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It is not a big deal.

I often sound harsher than I mean to.

I am just trying to get you, and everyone here, to think about why they are providing answers.

I can white-out your answer but there is really no need to do so.

You are leaving a very positive mark for yourself in this forum.