Abbott And Costello 13 X 7 Is 28

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Abbott And Costello 13 X 7 Is 28

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[Abbott And Costello 13 X 7 Is 28]

[Louis Francis “Lou” Costello (March 6, 1906 – March 3, 1959)]
“Mr Chairman, twenty-eight vacuums a week, that’s a lot of vacuums to sell, and you only have seven salesmen.”
[William Alexander “Bud” Abbott (October 2, 1895 – April 24, 1974)]
“Certainly.”
[Costello] Source: LYBIO.net
“That means they gotta sell thirteen vacuums a piece.”
[Abbott]
“You’re right. Thirteen vacuum cleaners a piece. ”
[Costello]
“Yes, sir.”
[Abbott]
“What are you talking about? 7 times 13 is not 28. ”
[Costello]
“Yes it is.”
[Abbott]
“7 times 4 is 28.”
[Costello]
“Mr Chairman, 7 times 13 is 28.”
[Abbott]
“7 times 4 is 28.”
[Abbott]
“Did you ever go to school, stupid?”
[Costello]
“Yes sir, and I came out the same way.”
[Abbott]
“Come here a minute. You claim that 7 goes into 28, 13 times.”
[Costello]
“That’s right.”
[Abbott]
“Go ahead. Prove it. Prove it. Prove it. Go ahead. Go ahead. Go ahead.”
[Costello]
Aright.
[Abbott]
There’s the board. Well, go ahead.
[Costello]
Ok, Mr. Chairman, I’m going to prove it.
[Abbott]
Well, go ahead.
[Costello]
Now, you’ve got seven salesmen.
[Abbott]
That’s right.
[Costello]
Ok, now, there’s the 7.
[Abbott]
Where is it?
[Costello]
Right there!
[Abbott]
Aright.
[Costello] Source: LYBIO.net
Now, you’ve got twenty-eight factories a week you’ve got to sell.
[Abbott]
That’s right.
[Costello]
Then you divide. Now, there’s your 28 factories.
[Abbott]
Now wait you claim that 7 goes into 28 thirteen times?
[Costello]
That’s right.
[Abbott]
Show me.
[Costello]
Seven into two –seven won’t go into two-
[Abbott]
Certainly not!
[Costello]
So I’ve got to take the two from there and put it down there. Right over here.
[Abbott]
Put it down there?
[Costello]
Yeah, I am going to use it after work! That’s a cute little two.
[Abbott]
Yeah, right.
[Costello]
Now, seven into eight–
[Abbott]
Once.
[Costello]
Once. Now, I’m going to carry the seven from here and put it under the eight. Seven from eight?
[Abbott]
One.
[Costello]
One. Now, a minute ago, I didn’t use that little two.
[Abbott] Source: LYBIO.net
What are you going to do?
[Costello]
I’m going to use that two now! And I take it from there and I got to put it right there.
[Abbott]
Aright.
[Costello]
Now, seven into twenty-one
[Abbott]
Three times.
[Costello]
That’s correct! Seven into twenty-eight is thirteen!

“I am going to divide”
7 ) 28 ( 13
-7
21

[Abbott]
Oh, no no no no no. Nothing of the kind. What kind of figures are these? Just a minute.
[Costello]
Check they came out right.
[Abbott] Source: LYBIO.net
We’ll multiply this. [Laughing] Okay, go ahead!
[Costello]
Multiply?
[Abbott]
Put down thirteen.

“Multiply. Put down 13 and 7.”
13
x7
21
+7
28

[Costello]
Okay. Thirteen.
[Abbott]
That’s right. That’s seven salesmen. Put that down.
[Costello]
Seven salesmen.
[Abbott]
Now, you claim that 7 times 13 amounts to what?
[Costello]
Twenty-eight.
[Abbott]
Ho ho, prove that.
[Costello]
Seven times three–
[Abbott]
Yeah, twenty-one.
[Costello]
Seven times one
[Abbott]
Seven.
[Costello]
Seven and one?
[Abbott]
Eight.
[Costello]
And a two!
[Abbott]
Wait–no! Wait a minute! How do you figure, boy?
[Costello]
I figure good!
[Abbott]
No, no you can’t do that.
[Costello]
That’s right.
[Abbott]
No, no, nothing of the kind! We will add them up this time.
[Costello]
Add them?
[Abbott]
Put down thirteen, uh, seven times. Okay.

Put down 13 seven times. We will add these up.”
13
13
13
13
13
13
13

[Costello]
One.
[Costello] Source: LYBIO.net
Two.
[Abbott]
Two.
[Costello]
Three.
[Abbott]
Three.
[Abbott]
Four.
[Costello]
Four.
[Abbott]
Five.
[Costello]
Five
[Abbott]
Six.
[Costello]
Six.
[Abbott]
Seven.
[Costello]
Seven.
[Abbott]
Now, wait a minute. You claim that all of that added up amounts to what?
[Costello]
Twenty-eight.
[Abbott]
If it does, you’ve got a job.
[Costello]
Thank you! three–
[Abbott]
Now, wait a minute. Wait a minute. Wait a minute.
[Abbott]
3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21-

“Now 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28.
13 + 13 + 13 +13 +13 +13 +13 = 28 “

[Costello]
22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28.
[Abbott] Source: LYBIO.net
What–You’re hired!

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