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reasoning Eric and Madison both measured the same trading card.Eric says the card is about 3inches long.madison says it is about 23/4 inches long.their teacher says both are correct.how is that possible?

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    The difference is only 1/4 inch -- about the width of a pencil. That is not significant for most purposes.

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