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OpenStudy (anonymous):

Gary is planning to make 7 cuts in a loaf of bread. He is making each slice of bread 1 inch thick. How long is the loaf of bread?

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OpenStudy (amistre64):

in order to make 7 cuts; you have to have at least one more left after the cuts are made

OpenStudy (anonymous):

No 8 inches

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

yea

OpenStudy (anonymous):

I always plan the number of slices personally, have to remember to do it this way next time...

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

Sooooo 8 inches??

OpenStudy (anonymous):

yes so then its 8inches

OpenStudy (anonymous):

kk thanks :D

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

1 inch = 12 miles

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

8 inches, because 7 cuts will make 8 slices and if each slice is one inch, then one inch multiplied by 8 slices equal 8 inches

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