Q: How mush is 3 dozen?

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3/4 dozen or 0.75 dozen.

A dozen is 12 so four-thirds of a dozen = 12*4/3 = 48/3 = 16 or 11/3 dozen

2 dozen equals 24 1 dozen = 12 2 dozen = 24 3 dozen = 36

36 makes 3 dozen

There are TWELVE (12) 3 cent stamps in a dozen. Just like there are 12 in a dozen of anything and everything else (unless we're talking baker's dozen!)

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You have to have like forms to add them or subtract one from the other if the answer is to be a single form quantity. You cannot subtract 2 oranges from a dozen apples. You first would have to convert the apples to mush, then subtract the equivalent of 2 oranges worth of mush, and then see how much mush you have left. If you added 2 oranges to a dozen apples, you would first convert both to a common form, mush, then add the apple mush and the orange mush to see how much fruit mush you have. Similarly, with fractions, you have to convert them to a common form, referred to as their common denominator, then you can add or subtract to find the result in their common form. If you do not convert the fractions to a common form, or denominator, the resulting answer will look like the original question and not be an answer at all.

3/4 dozen or 0.75 dozen.

A dozen is 12 so four-thirds of a dozen = 12*4/3 = 48/3 = 16 or 11/3 dozen

1.5 dozen 3/2 dozen

9/3 dozen = 9/36 = 1/49/3 dozen = 9/36 = 1/49/3 dozen = 9/36 = 1/49/3 dozen = 9/36 = 1/4

To determine the number of eggs in 3¾ dozen, we need to calculate the total number of eggs. One dozen consists of 12 eggs. Therefore, 3¾ dozen can be calculated as follows: 3¾ dozen * 12 eggs/dozen = (3 * 12) + (¾ * 12) = 36 + 9 = 45 So, there are 45 eggs in 3¾ dozen.

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1 dozen = 12 pieces. So 3 dozen = 3 x 12 = 36 pieces. NB The word 'dozen' comes from the French word for '12' , which is 'douze'.

Cheaper by the dozen 3 will be coming out in 2011

2 dozen equals 24 1 dozen = 12 2 dozen = 24 3 dozen = 36

(12 × 3) + 3 = 39 eggs.Note: there are 12 eggs in a dozen, and 3 eggs in a quarter of a dozen (12 ÷ 4 = 3).

Auctually there's no such thing as Cheaper by the Dozen 3 but he was in Cheaper by the Dozen 2 as Elliot Mertaugh