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Player B's longest home run distance is 500 ft. There are 5,280 ft in 1 mi.How many home runs would Player B need to hit at his longest distance for the total to be greater than 1 mi?

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player bs longest home run distance is 500 ft there are 5280 ft in 1 mi how many home runs would player b need to hit at his longest distance for the total to be greater that 1mi?

2,640,000 I multiplied not add

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Player B's longest home run distance is 500ft
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