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Player A's longest home run distance is 484 ft.if player A hits 45 home runs at his longest distance,what would the total distance be ?

Ms. Sue
What do you think you should do with these two numbers to find the answer?
add?
subtract?
multiply?
divide? 
dazari
Divide

dazari
10.755

You would have to multiple
You would have to multiple.
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