anonymous
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The instructions for building a kite tell you to begin by cutting a strip of wood to 45 cm in length, but your ruler only measures inches. How many inches should the piece of wood be? Round to the nearest quarter of an inch. (Recall: 1 in. = 2.54 cm)
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anonymous
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@Lilium
anonymous
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Using Metric Conversions will give you the exact measurement. If you round to the nearest quarter inch, you're going to need some caulking... 45cm = 1723%2F32"
anonymous
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I... do not understand at all.
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That is the full problem.
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option a
anonymous
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thanks. This stuff is really confusing to me, I just need to get past the assignment and then I can get back on track to subjects i understand.

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