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Convert 5 1/4 yards to meters. Write the answer to the nearest tenth of a meter.

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  1. timo86m Group Title
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    first what is your conversion factor 1 yard = x meters?

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    \(\huge \cfrac{1.09361m}{1yd}\)

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    it's like 0.9144 so 1 y=0.9144 m |dw:1372797008331:dw|

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    or \(\huge \frac{1.09361yd}{1m} \) rather

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    |dw:1372797074995:dw|

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    1.1 m

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    5/4 * .9144 m =1.1 m

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    what ,meanth to the nearest tenth?

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    did you make 5 and 1/4, 5/4?

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    |dw:1372797537668:dw|

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    in text it would 5+1/4=5.25 so |dw:1372797657401:dw|

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    |dw:1372797696031:dw|

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