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  • one year ago

The length of a train is about 1,700 meters. If there are approximately 3.28 feet in one meter, what is the length of the train in feet? I know its 5,557.43 feet but the answers are: 0.002 feet 557,600 feet 5,576 feet 518 feet

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    which one would I choose?

  2. anonymous
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    3.28* 1700, whatever that is

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    its 5576. Thanks man.

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    Welcome dude

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