If 4 pipes of equal length measure 44 feet when they’re connected together, how long is each pipe?
11 feet.
4 feet.
22 feet.
9 feet.
Detailed Explanation
Divide the total length, 44 feet, by the total number of pipes, 4, because all the pipes are equal in length. The quotient, 11, is the length of each individual pipe. You can check this answer by multiplying: 4 × 11 = 44.
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