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***I WILL GIVE A MEDAL AND ALSO BECOME A FAN*** - I JUST NEED HELP WITH THIS PROBLEM Finn bought a yoyo from a company that claims that, with each retraction, the string rolls up by 80% of the original length. He sets up a tape measure and throws the yoyo 3 times. His data are charted below. Throw Length of string (feet) 1 3 2 2.4 3 1.92 Finn wants to find the sum of the length of string after 10 throws. What is the sum of the lengths, rounded to the nearest hundredth? 13.39 feet, 15.00 feet, 4.46 feet, 0.40 foot

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    I'm guessing this is how you solve it: Find out much the length is increased by everytime to get the rest all the way up to 10. Once you do that, add them up and round up to the nearest hundreth as has been stated above.

  8. anonymous
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    so 15.00?

  9. YanaSidlinskiy
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    I cannot tell you exactly for sure because I've not worked it out myself.

  10. anonymous
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    can you try real quick i just need this then i pass the test

  11. YanaSidlinskiy
    • one year ago
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    Oh? A Test? You do know we are not allowed to help on tests. Since I can see you are new to this site. I'll help out. Just for further reference, we're not allowed to help on ANY tests, and quizzes.

  12. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    well not a test its a worksheet

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    just need to get it finished

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    @YanaSidlinskiy

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