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One and one third pieces.

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Q: How many one third yard pieces can you cut from four ninth yard pieces?

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The answer is 6

In Baseball there are four bases: first, second, third, and home.

There are twelve thirds in four wholes.

The size of the square doesn't depend on how many pieces you cut it into. The more pieces it's divided into, the smaller the pieces have to be, but the whole thing is still the same four-inch square. If you could make something bigger by dividing it into more pieces, we'd all be buying steaks and roasts and making ground beef at home.

8 times because the last piece will be the ninth piece that doesn't need cutting.

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