# Math

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The National Park Service is building a 16-mile hiking trail.They will post a sign every 1/8 mile along the trail, including one at the end.There will not be a post at the beginning of the trail.How many signs will they post along the trail?...

1. Ms. Sue

They must be posting 8 signs in every mile.

You have two numbers -- 8 and 16. What do you think you should do with these numbers?
subtract?
multiply?
divide?

2. liyah

multiply

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