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7 pt 1 c - 3 pt

Mathematics
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i know i feel so dumb ):
what is the C stand for?
i think centermeters

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is the question multiple choice by any chance?
but these are my possible answers 4 pt 1 c 4 pt 3 c 8 pt
yeah and im in study island
ok give me a sec
ok take all the time you need, (:
sadly the c has no chance of standing for centimeters
ugh umm i don't know what it stand for what do you think the answer could possible be
the lesson im on is Add & Subtract Measurements
well i would think that it is 4 pints and 1 c so A
OMG YOU WERE RIGHT
how do you know?
cause im on a website for school called study island and it tells me the right answer and here an explanations for it
oh ok
just curious what grade are u in?
7th hbu?
9th
your really smart. hha
thank you
mhm, i have more questions i nee help with.
please help me
ok just open them new
ok

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