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The length of an object in feet is equal to 3 times its length in yards. The length of a waterslide is 48 feet. Write and solve a multiplication equation to find the length of the waterslide in yards.

asked by Anna
  1. 48 / 3 = ?



    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. I have to use one variable in an equation. How?

    posted by Susana
  3. 3x = 48

    posted by Ms. Sue
  4. 3×48=144

    posted by Anonymous

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