First, figure out how many dogs each worker can walk: 2 dogs
Then, multiply this number by 3 to find out how many dogs 3 people can walk: \(4 \times 3 = 12\)
A man invested \(\$150\) in the stock market. During the first week, he lost \(\$45\). During the second week, he tripled his money. How much does he have at the end of the second week?
If a store adds 50 chairs to its current inventory, the total number of chairs will be the same as three-halves the current inventory of chairs. If the manager wants to increase the current inventory by 40%, what will the new inventory of chairs be?