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Two children want to race around the city block. The length of the block is 80 yards. The width of the block is 60 yards. Which is the correct unit of measurement to use when figuring out how many yards each child would run in the race? A. yards B. yards² C. yards³

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    then run along the length (which is measured in yeards) and then the width (which is also measured in yards) so the total distance will be the summ of the length and width, which will also be in yards

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