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1. Sarah ran 3,516 m yesterday on the track at her school. One time around the track is 293 m. Sarah wants to run 4,993 m today. Which number sentence can be used to calculate how many laps around the track Sarah should run today? n = 4,993 ÷ 293 3,516 ÷ 293 = n n = 4,993 - 293 4,993 - 12 = n

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    @trackzz could you help me with this one?

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    1 lap = 293m so you can write it like this: \[\frac{1lap}{293m}\] If you want to convert from 4993m to laps, then you can try to match the units: \[4993m*\frac{1lap}{293m}\] Notice how the two meter units cancel out and you're left with the lap unit.

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    thank you

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