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"Half a dozen = 6. So "six" and "half a dozen" are two ways of saying the same thing. The expression means that there is no important difference between the alternatives, …or the differences offset one another so the net result is the same. For example, I say to my husband, "Should I take Highway 101 or Highway 280?" and he replies, "It's six of one and a half dozen of the other." He means that I'll get there in about the same amount of time whether I take one road or the other." The phrase, "Six to one, half a dozen to the other." is a UK variation of the phrase. This person's answer says much but conveys little. "Six of one, half a dozen of the other" is a reply to a question that solicits an evaluation between two choices. The person giving the reply is effectively saying "there is no difference between these two choices". (MORE)

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When a person is asked to make a choice between two things and that person doesn't really have a preference. Its a "saying" that they might use. For example: Someone says to …me "Should we eat at McDonalds or Burger King." If I don't care I might say, "six of one or half dozen of the other". Its a cute way of saying "as far as I'm concerned both choices are equal". (MORE)

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Three Reason: A dozen is twelve. Half of a dozen is six. Half of a Half of a dozen is three.

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Since a half dozen is six, it means the each side or direction is equal to the other.

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half a dozen = Â½ x 12 = 6 six dozen dozen = 6 x 12 x 12 = 864 So six dozen dozen is bigger

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Answer Three hens will lay 4 eggs each. Here's the logic: Hmm, 1.5 hens lay 1.5 eggs in 1.5 days doubled (to form usable whole numbers) is 3 hens laying… 3 eggs, in the same 1.5 days. 4 times the number of days (6) gives 4 X the number of eggs (3 eggs X 4 = 12 eggs) So, 3 hens taking 4 times as long (6 days) lay 12 eggs. Answer Take away the halves. 1 hen will lay one egg each day. Therefore, he needs 2 chickens. (MORE)

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half a dozen is 6, so half a dozen dozen is 6 dozen, but the first thing, six dozen dozen has is 6x12x12or 6x144, so it is way more than 6x12.. In other words Six dozen d…ozen is 864 and half a dozen dozen is 72 (MORE)

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The main trick to this question is the first conversion. It is tempting to say that the first step is 1 chicken lays 1 egg in 1 day. However, this is incorrect. If 1 1/2 chi…ckens lays 1 1/2 eggs in 1 1/2 days, then we can double the chickens (with the same amount of time) to double the eggs. This means 3 chickens lay 3 eggs in 1 1/2 days. Simply split them into two groups to verify this. the first group of 1 1/2 chickens lays 1 1/2 eggs in the 1 1/2 days and the second also lays 1 1/2 eggs. This totals 3 chickens, 3 eggs, and 1 1/2 days. (Generally, we may only manipulate one pair of terms at a time, never all 3 at once.) Now, we can imagine splitting 1 1/2 days into three different 1/2 day parts. In each of these parts 3 chickens will lay a third of the number of eggs (so 1 egg). Thus: 3 chickens will lay 1 egg in 1/2 of a day. Then it follows that 3 chickens will lay 2 eggs in 1 day. Now, if we allow those 3 chickens three times as long (3 days), they will produce 6 eggs. 3 chickens will lay 6 eggs in 3 days. One chicken will lay 1/3 of that number of eggs (1/3 * 6 = 2 eggs) in 3 days. 1 chicken will lay 2 eggs in 3 days. Now, if we want 1 chicken to lay 12 eggs, it will take 6 of these lengths of time. 6 * 3 = 18 days. 1 chicken will lay 12 eggs in 18 days. (MORE)

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dozen = 12 half doz. = 6 12 x 3 + 6 = 42

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the 5s because it has better service but it dosent have diffrent colrs just silver gold and black