6th Grade Math

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Need help to explain to my daughter:
A horsepower is the power needed to lift 33,000 pounds 1 foot in 1 minute. It is equivalent to 746 watts. Express 525 watts as a portion of a horsepower both as a fraction and a decimal rounded to the nearest thousandth.

Thanks for anyone's help!!!

  • 6th Grade Math -

    power= 525/746 hp

    then for decimal, divide 525 by 746.

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    thanks.

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