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Mario was on a 21-mile hiking trail.He walked 3/7 of the trail before stopping for lunch.How far did he walk before lunch? Explain your answer

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The problem is solved by proportions:
7/7 of 21 miles is 21 miles
3/7 of 21 miles is 21*3/7=9 miles

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