# math

Three students are arguing over who can run the fastest.

Student A says that she can run mile in six minutes.
Student B says that he can run mile in four minutes.
Student C says that he can run mile in eight minutes.What fraction of a mile can Student A run in one minute?

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1. huh?

1 mile/6 minutes = (1/6) mile/min

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2. student c

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3. What fraction of a mile can Student A run in one minute?
6miles

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