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It is 7/w.

Q: When A plank of wood is cut into w equal pieces. What fraction of the plank is 7 piece?

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Roughly 72 inches. The cuts take up space.

3 and 3/4 feet

The word prism come from the Greek prisma for "something sawed". The shape resembles the piece that you get when you saw a corner off a plank of wood.

To measure (for example) a 2 metre long plank of wood: Place the tang at one end of the plank, stretch out the tape along the plank's length, read off the measurement at the other end of the plank. In our example, the tape should read 2 metres.

More information is needed. The plank has a length, width and height and you only gave 2 dimensions. Also we would need something like the density of the plank.

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If the plank is cut into eight equal parts then divide eight into 1 foot to get the length of one part. 1 ÷ 8 = 1/8foot. So one part is one-eighth of a foot long. Two parts therefore measure twice that length. 2 x 1/8 = 2/8 foot. But, two divides into both the numerator and denominator so the fraction can be simplified 2 ÷ 2 = 1 and 8 ÷ 2 = 4. 2/8 = 1/4 foot. The fraction that names 2 pieces of the plank of wood is 1/4 or one-quarter.

72 inches (18 inches * 4)

A plank is a long, broad piece of timber.

lol i had this for home work .. yeah so if each piece was 18. and their if four piece's I guess you multiply 18*4=62... right! okayyy well

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Total length = 800 inches. Number of pieces = 12 Length of each piece = 800/12 = 200/3 = 66 2/3 inches.

Roughly 72 inches. The cuts take up space.

When you break a plank the length of plank from the break point to the nearest end acts as a 'leaver' the longer the leaver the greater the mechanical efficiency. Therefore a long plank will be easier to break (provided you try and break it near the middle).

A plank or a board.

In the maze where the 4th piece of paper is!

-noun1.a long, flat piece of timber, thicker than a board.2.lumber in such pieces; planking.3.something to stand on or to cling to for support.4.any one of the stated principles or objectives comprising the political platform of a party campaigning for election: They fought for a plank supporting a nuclear freeze.

According to Dictionary.com, a board is :a long, flat piece of timber, thicker than a board. So, the answer is, a plank is thicker! Hope this helps!