Problem: A clock maker has 16 clock faces. Each clock requires one face and two hands.Part B. If the clock maker has only ten hands, how many clocks can be produced?Express your answer as an integer. 

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Find the limiting reagent between the clock faces or the hands:

1 clock = 2 hands = 1 face

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A clock maker has 16 clock faces. Each clock requires one face and two hands.

Part B. If the clock maker has only ten hands, how many clocks can be produced?

Express your answer as an integer. 

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