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Eric and Madison both measured the same trading card. Eric says the card is 3 inches long. Madison says it is 2 3/4in long. The teacher says they are both right. How is this possible?

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  1. Eric rounded up to the nearest inch.

    Or, the card is 2 3/4 x 3 inches, and they are calling different sides the length.

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