That would vary inversly, because more children should get the wall painted faster.

10 children/15 minutes = m minutes/15 children

Normally you would cross multiply and solve for m, but I bet you can look at it and give an answer for m.

Anna W.

asked • 05/06/18I am so confused. Do you have to first find how long one child would take then multiply??

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That would vary inversly, because more children should get the wall painted faster.

10 children/15 minutes = m minutes/15 children

Normally you would cross multiply and solve for m, but I bet you can look at it and give an answer for m.

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