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Applying Ratios and Proportional Relationships
Problem Statement:
A student has three 36" foot-long wooden boards and wants to cut pieces that are 14" by 12." What is the greatest number of wooden pieces that the student can only cut out from the three boards?
/* Code generated by RoboBlockly v2.0 */
/* Problem Statement: A student has three 36” foot-long wooden
   boards and wants to cut pieces that are 14” by 12.” What is
   the greatest number of wooden pieces that the student can
   cut out from the three boards? */
printf("The student can cut out 6 pieces at most. ");
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Problem Statement:
A student has three 36" foot-long wooden boards and wants to cut pieces that are 14" by 12." What is the greatest number of wooden pieces that the student can only cut out from the three boards?

		
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