It depends on what you mean by this. Do you mean a lift made out of plywood, or a lift filled with plywood of different lengths? The fractions, do they represent measurements or possible answers? I am afraid that to answer this question properly for you, I need more information and for you to be more clear.

At a guess, I assume you mean - "how many pieces of plywood can you fit in a lift of the dimensions 3/8 1/2 3/4". To work this out, you need to know the sizes of the plywood in question to get an accurate answer. Again I am afraid I cannot help you without this information.There are a few things i can suggest though;

At a guess, I assume you mean - "how many pieces of plywood can you fit in a lift of the dimensions 3/8 1/2 3/4". To work this out, you need to know the sizes of the plywood in question to get an accurate answer. Again I am afraid I cannot help you without this information.There are a few things i can suggest though;

- If you are still at school, talk to your teacher. If you are having trouble with maths and find it difficult the best thing to do is talk to your teacher. It is often easier to understand things, and equally easier to ask questions, when you are talking to somebody face to face. They will be able to explain this to you and talk you through how to work it out.
- Without knowing the exact details of this question, it is not possible for me to work it out for you.

- Try also asking your parents. They may be able to help you with this if you are not able to talk to your tutor.