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Peter walked 8,900 feet from home to school. How far to the nearest tenth of a mile did he walk?
1mile=5,280feet

I got 1.6. Is this correct?

  • Math -

    Close, but not correct.

    8,900 / 5280 = 1.6856

    Round that to the nearest tenth.

  • Math -

    Thank you, so my answer would be 1.7

  • Math -

    Yes. 1.7

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