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there are seven sisters standing around the kitchen table. Each one has seven backpacks. In each backpack, there are seven large cats. For every large cat, there are seven small cats. How many legs are there in the room?

 Jan 12, 2016

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there are seven sisters standing around the kitchen table. Each one has seven backpacks. In each backpack, there are seven large cats. For every large cat, there are seven small cats. How many legs are there in the room?

 

7 sisters X 7 backpacks X 7 large cats X 7 small cats=2,401 all cats

2,401 X 4 =9,604 all cat's legs

7 sisters X 2 =14 legs for all sisters

9,604 + 14 =9,618 total legs of cats and humans.

We don't know how large the table is, and therfore the number of "legs", which will not include in this calculation.

 Jan 12, 2016
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you find how many legs by doing the math, you take the 7 people with 2 legs each, and take all 56 cats with 4 legs each then add the 4 legs of the table. you do the rest.

 Jan 12, 2016
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there are seven sisters standing around the kitchen table. Each one has seven backpacks. In each backpack, there are seven large cats. For every large cat, there are seven small cats. How many legs are there in the room?

 

7 sisters X 7 backpacks X 7 large cats X 7 small cats=2,401 all cats

2,401 X 4 =9,604 all cat's legs

7 sisters X 2 =14 legs for all sisters

9,604 + 14 =9,618 total legs of cats and humans.

We don't know how large the table is, and therfore the number of "legs", which will not include in this calculation.

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Great answers, but are they correct?

That is for you to decide ???    angry

 Jan 13, 2016

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