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• Hey! Hows the new job in the shoe department?﻿
• It's okay, but I'm having trouble with helping the costumers. They all either know their shoe size or the size of their foot.﻿
• Yeah, sure. This one is Size 5 and the foot length is about ﻿9 inches and the other one is a Size 11 and the foot length is 11, I'm pretty sure.
• Hold on. Would you mind telling me the shoe size and the length of the feet of the people who fit them?
• Hi, can I check out these two pairs of shoes? ﻿
• ﻿﻿﻿Hm, so the shoe size depends on the foot length. The difference between the two lengths is two and the shoe sizes are 6 sizes apart. I think I can figure this out.
• ﻿Thank you, sir. I can check you out over her real quick.
• ﻿A little while later...
• ﻿I think I got it. Using the last costumer's situation, you could find out that the shoe size will increase by three for every inch that a foot is. So, using the shoe size 5 and the foot length of 9 inches,  to get to size 11, that is 6 shoe sizes in between. That means the foot length would need to be 2 inches more than 9 inches in order to have size 6.
• Oh, that makes sense.﻿ Here comes another costumer.
• Hi, I need help finding my shoe size. My foot is 12 inches long. What shoe size would I be?﻿
• Okay, thanks!﻿
• You would fit size 14.﻿
• ﻿Hmm, so if a size 11 fits a 11 inch foot, 12 inches would fit a shoe size thats 3 more than 11.﻿
• ﻿Yeah, basically. Just like with the first costumer.
• ﻿No problem! See you later.
• So, basically, for every inch that a foot is, the size will increase by 3? ﻿
• Well, thanks for helping me figure that out! Have a nice day!
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