Find 45 minute classes

1. Dec 1, 2017

zak100

1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
N * 45 min = N * 12$Is it correct? Zulfi. 5. Dec 2, 2017 Ray Vickson Don't ask---just solve it and check whether your solution satisfies the conditions of the problem. When you continually ask "is it correct" half-way through a solution (as you do over and over again in many of your threads) you are not developing the necessary confidence in your own abilities. What would you do on an exam, where you cannot ask anyone? 6. Dec 2, 2017 Mark44 Staff: Mentor No. 1) As an equation, 45 minutes does NOT equal$12. The units don't match at all.
2) Your second equation is wrong as well. You are omitting important information in this problem.
What Ray said...

7. Dec 5, 2017

zak100

Hi,
Please simplify the prob. I cant understand it.

I am block.
In my view this is not logical of forum. Right now i am not in exam. And in forum i can interact. For good score I must solve variety of problems. And i need help thats why i posted on forum.

Zulfi.

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8. Dec 5, 2017

Staff: Mentor

Let N = the number of classes Randilf was in this month.

How many minutes was Randilf in class this month?
How many dollars did Randilf spend for the classes this month?
Are these two numbers equal?
If not, which one is larger, and by how much?