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the grade of a road is its slope given as a percent. for example, a road with a 6% grade has a slope 6/100. it rises 6 feet for every 100 feet of horizontal run. describe a 100% grade.
Do you think you could drive up it?could you walk up it? Is it possible for a grade to be greater that 100%?

1. ALANA

WHAT IS (10 TIMES 1)+(1 TIMES 10)=10 TIMES 10=20

2. Luis

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3. Anonymous

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