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A meteor crater is 4600 feet in diameter. Approximate the distance around the crater. Using 3.14.

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  1. anonymous
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    So I times 4600 by 3.14?

  2. anonymous
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    you have to rate people's answers as good if you want to continue getting help.

  3. anonymous
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    the answer to your question is yes haha.

  4. anonymous
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    Ok thank you, but am I doing it right?

  5. anonymous
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    Ok so I got 14444 is this right?

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    yes that is correct

  7. anonymous
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    It also says type as a integer or decimal. What does this mean?

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    an interger is just a whole number, so that means that you can put it in any form it comes. since it's not a decimal number its an interger

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    So do I write it as 14,444?

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    yeah comma or no comma, same thing. make sure to include units: 14,444 ft

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