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These are the instructions on a homework worksheet:

"Measure the following lines using a ruler and write the measurements in the boxes provided." "Measuring Lines in cm - exact"

Can someone please tell me what they mean by "Measuring Lines in cm - exact"?

The lines are not in exact centimeters. One line measures 1 & 1/8 inches.

Thank you!

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