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Norah has 2/3 ton of stone to spread equally in 4 square yards. how many tons of stone will be spread in each square yard


The question is worded in such a way to be open to misunderstanding. I feel it could mean Norah must spread her stone at the rate of 2/3 of a ton per square yard across 4 square yards and the total is sought.
It could also be saying that Norah has 2/3 of a ton to be divided equally across 4 square yards and is seeking the amount of stone each square yard needs.

In the former case it is a matter of multiplying the vulgar fraction by four and in the latter case the answer could be approached by considering the total amount of stone given is four times the answer that is required and so would be given by dividing 2/3 by 4/1 or more simply by multiplying by 1/4 and not forgetting to cancel the resulting fraction down to the lowest common denominator.

A better way for practical purposes would be to convert 2/3 of a ton into pounds and then divide by four. A workman required to do the work would not be messing around with fractions but would be working in pounds and tons or if using Imperial measure it would be pounds, stones, hundredweight and tons.

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Like any other vehicle, check for fuel and ignition spark. Check the air filter, fuel filter, spark plugs. If it smokes badly, check compression.

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On my 97" Suburban do


It depends. For a regular 1/2 ton and most 3/4 tons no, just remove the caliper and the rotor comes off over the wheel bearing hub. 1 ton suburbans, require more work, you will require a large socket to remove the axle nut, and a slide hammer or 3 jaw puller big enough to pull off the rotor and wheel bearing as an assembly. The rotor on some 3/4 tons and all 1 tons bolt from behind thru the wheel bearing and need to be removed together. The wheel bearing has to be unbolted from the spindle, then the wheel studs have to be punched thru to remove the rotor. The splines on the wheel studs hold the rotor to the wheel bearing. 1 ton will say 3500 on the side, 2500 for 3/4 ton and 1500 for 1/2 tons.

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I am looking to buy a chevy 1/2 ton pick up, automatic, and need to know how to find out what the transfer case is. I have been told 203, or 205...


the 203 transfer case is operated by a metal chain/belt. the 205 is all gear driven.(lasts longer than 203) most 1/2 ton chevy trucks have the 203 if they have the automatic. some of the newer ones have the 208. hope this helps.

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I have a 1997 gmc 4x4 1/2 ton with a 5.7 vortech no spark


Have you checked the fuses? I think there are 2 ECM fuses if either one blows there will be no spark.

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