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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 ?

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    What do you think you should do with these two numbers to find the answer?

    add?
    subtract?
    multiply?
    divide?

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    Divide

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    10.755

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    You would have to multiple.

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