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 Joey had 8 drinking glasses, all of different sizes. 2005-12-29 From Danielle:Joey had 8 drinking glasses, all of different sizes. he has lined them up from smallest to largest and numbered them #1 (smallest) to #8 (largest). he knows that glass #4 holds 10 ounces and that glass #7 holds a pint, or 16 ounces. Now he wants to figure out how much all the others hold! He experiments by filling up different glasses with water and pouring the water back and forth into other glasses. Her are his results:Answered by Penny Nom. Nine minutes 2004-09-02 From A student:You have two hour glasses-one measures 7 minutes and one measures 4 minutes.How can you time 9 minutes?Answered by Penny Nom. Timing with hour glasses 2001-03-20 From Nathan:How can a chef use an 11 minute hour glass and a seven minute hour glass to time a vegtable that needs to be steamed for 15 minutes.Answered by Leeanne Boehm.

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