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My sheet says, 'write a rule that describes the relationship between minutes and seconds.' It would help alot!!!

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number of minutes = number of seconds / 60

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r u sure??

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That is the way the clock on my wall works; every 60 seconds is another minute.

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Thanks!!!

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