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Large and Small Feet

Problem #28
Deadline to submit the solution: February 28th, 2000

Mark and his Father measured the area rug in Marksís room. The width of the rug is equal to 2 Dadís feet or to 3 Markís feet.

Q1: If the length of the rug is equal to 4 Dadís feet, than how many Markís feet is the length of the rug equal to?


The Solutions


Name
: Vivek
Answer: 6 mark's feet
Solution:
   2 dad's feet = 3 Marks' feet.
   4 dad's feet = 6 marks' feet
School: FROST
Age: 6
Grade: 1
State: USA
About me: I like to play in the snow and I like math.

Name: Meron
Answer: 6
Solution:
If two of dad's feet equal three of Mark's feet then four of dad's feet equal (2 x 3=6) six feet.
School: Cameron Elementary
Age: 6
Grade: 1
State: usa
About me: I am six years old and I love music,maths and arts.

Name: Shane
Solution: 4 is double of two so then double of Mark's feet would be three.
School: Homeschooled
Age: 6
Grade: 2nd
Answer: 6
State: USA
About me: I love homeschooling and learning new things.

Name: Quentin
Answer: 6
State: usa
Grade: 1
Age: 7
School: leslie ellis



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