Step-by-step explanation: 92-31=61
Another way to look at this would be, 92-31 = what?
Subtract 31 from 92 and you get 61.
He would have a very soggy picture!
OR if you mean the pitcher holds one twelvth of a gallon, he will have 9/12 or 3/4 of a gallon.
OR if you mean the pitcher holds two twelvths of a gallon, he ends up with 9 × 1/6 which is one and a half gallons.
Spelling is important! A "picture" could be a drawing, a photograph, or a painting.
"Pitcher" could be a container for pouring liquids or a player who pitches the ball in a baseball game.
I know you wanted math help, but it is difficult to answer if I can't tell whether "to" meant "two" or he filled the pitcher to pour twelvths.
600 and 1,500 because 646 would not round to 700 and 1487 would not round to 1400
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