anonymous
  • anonymous
It is easy to think that the unit of measure with the greater number is the larger unit of measure. Draw a segment that is about 1 inch long. Then draw a segment that is 1 cm long. Which unit is smaller? How does this relate to the conversion factor given in this lesson? What can you conclude
Algebra
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Jack1
  • Jack1
... i actually have to draw stuff to do this question hey...
Jack1
  • Jack1
* you... you actually have to draw stuff
Jack1
  • Jack1
if it helps to talk it out tho: which do u think is smaller: 1 inch or 1 cm ... @liznolas12

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