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11pm 43,5 min but really im not sure

You first need to convert everything to minutes: 12 noon = 12 x 60 = 720 minutes 9 am = 9 x 60 = 540 minutes Let x = number of minutes before noon The time now is 12 noon -x = 720 -x minutes 48 minutes ago it was 720-x-48 720 -x - 48 = 540 + 2x 720-48-540 = 3x x = 44 minutes It is 44 minutes before noon, or 11:16 am

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It would be 40 minutes before 12.

In sixteen minutes it will be as many minutes before 3 P.M. as it was after 2 P.M. ten minutes ago. What time is it?

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11pm 43,5 min but really im not sure

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50 minutes before noon.

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You first need to convert everything to minutes: 12 noon = 12 x 60 = 720 minutes 9 am = 9 x 60 = 540 minutes Let x = number of minutes before noon The time now is 12 noon -x = 720 -x minutes 48 minutes ago it was 720-x-48 720 -x - 48 = 540 + 2x 720-48-540 = 3x x = 44 minutes It is 44 minutes before noon, or 11:16 am

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It would be 40 minutes before 12.

In sixteen minutes it will be as many minutes before 3 P.M. as it was after 2 P.M. ten minutes ago. What time is it?

If 5 Cats kill 5 Rats in 5 minutes that equals 1 rat killed each minute by each cat. So, in twice as many minutes the same ammount of cats will kill twice as many rats... 5 cats will kill 10 rats in 10 minutes. And if left for five times as long, which is 50 minutes, those same 5 cats will kill 50 rats. So obviously you will need twice as many cats to kill twice as many rats in the same time. So the answer is... You will need 10 cats to kill 100 rats in 50 minutes.

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The adverb in the sentence is "twice." It describes how many times she had to look before crossing the road.