Q: How many 3ft pieces could you get out of 2 boards that are 12' long?

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This will depend on how long you would like each piece to be. If each piece is to be 1 inch long, then 115 pieces could be cut. If each piece is 2 inches long, then 57 pieces with 0.5 inches left over If each pieces is 5 inches long, then 23 pieces and so on and so forth.

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80 m / 0.625 m = 128 pieces

It really depends how long you make the pieces. You are better off in keeping the pieces multiples of 5 or 10 so you can maximise the amount of equal pieces

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The mongol hoards would hoard all the boards they could hoard as long as they had room to hoard more boards.If the mongol hoards liked hoarding boards, (I'm not saying they do) then they would hoard boards like no other board hoarders. They may even hoard as many boards as a woodchuck would chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood. But if the boards they hoarded were mongolian hoarding boards then they would hoard as many hoarding boards as they could hoard before they horded normal boards. If they could only hoard normal boards then they would hoared all the boards they could hoard before they got bored. Damn mongolians

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This will depend on how long you would like each piece to be. If each piece is to be 1 inch long, then 115 pieces could be cut. If each piece is 2 inches long, then 57 pieces with 0.5 inches left over If each pieces is 5 inches long, then 23 pieces and so on and so forth.

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for information about chess, go to chess.com. on the top, you should see learn, so click on it, and you should see rules and basics.checkers: pieces moves diagonally. when you get to the other side of the board, you get your piece gets to be a king.

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