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keisha told her swim coach that she would swim at least half a mile. If one lap is 50 yards, what is the fewest number of laps she must swim?

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1. I would say 18 laps;
I believe that I mile is 1,760 yards
½ mile = 880 yards
880 divided by 50 - 17.6

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