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4. A board jumper makes an average standing jump of 8 feet. In how many jumps will he cover y yards?
I got B for this question.
A.3y/8
B.8/3y
C.24y
D.1/24y
E.24/y

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    Y yards * (3/8)jumps/yard = 3Y/8 Jumps.

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