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Kyle lives 7/9 miles from school. If he walks to school each day, how far will he walk in a 5-day week? What do u do is it mulitpying or dividing please help me!!!!!

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  1. karatechopper Group Title
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    multiply 7/9 by 5

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    How much does he walk in one day? He walks 7/9 in the morning then 7/9 in the afternoon right? So figure out what that means for 5 days in a week.

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    so u multiply 7/9 by 5 and then u will get the answer is that right?????

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    well

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    Well, that is correct if you are only calculating how much he walks to school. But what about walking home? You're asking how much he walks in a week, so you're really asking what is 7/9 * 10

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    but why thoe

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  7. snowballhockey Group Title
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    no itonly says to school thoe so what wouldn't be what i said

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  8. snowballhockey Group Title
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    so wouldn't be 7/9 5 is that right well it would be multiplying then in't that right

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  9. jlengyel Group Title
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    Correct, you use multiplication to solve this problem.

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    Thank u there is a medal

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  11. snowballhockey Group Title
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    so it would be 3 8/9

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  12. snowballhockey Group Title
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    right

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    i got another one for ya

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