Q: What is the length of one piece of sand?

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One piece is 80 feet - the other is 8 feet !

piece a has a greater length than piece b (a>b)

x the length of the shorter piece 3·x the length of the longer piece x + 3·x the length of the whole board = 4·x = 76" x = 76" / 4 = 19.

It's the length of each piece, if you cut up one inch into ten equal pieces.

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A tiny piece of sand is called a grain of sand.

One piece is 80 feet - the other is 8 feet !

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In one way, yes. If you mean 'sand' as in 'At the beach the sand was very hot' than it's a noun. If you say 'I am going to sand this piece of wood' then it will be a verb. So it depends.Hope this helps! :)Isabella246

If cutting off 5 inches left 4 inches, then the original length of one piece was 9 inches. The other piece was also 9 inches. Therfore the original piece of construction paper was 18 inches

piece a has a greater length than piece b (a>b)

x the length of the shorter piece 3·x the length of the longer piece x + 3·x the length of the whole board = 4·x = 76" x = 76" / 4 = 19.

A 192 inch pipe is cut into two pieces. One piece is three times the length of the other. Find the length of the short piece

one fifth is 3.2m. so one three-fifths piece is 9.6m and the two-fifths piece is 5.4m