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  • one year ago

Help PLS In which measurement situations would the most appropriate unit of measurement be feet? Choose exactly two answers that are correct. A. length and width of a bedroom B. width of an eyelash C. distance from Chicago to San Francisco D. height of a door

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  1. anonymous
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    Remember pick 2

  2. anonymous
    • one year ago
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  3. anonymous
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    so a foot is 12 inches and an inch is the size of a paperclip.

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    love the cat

  5. anonymous
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    you don't want to do something too big for inches or to small for feet.

  6. anonymous
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    any guesses? ty btw.

  7. anonymous
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    OK

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    so the distance from Chicago to San Fransico is too big and you don't want to have 4,000,000 feet.

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    and the width of an eyelash is extremely small even for inches. If you did use feet which would be very inconvenient you would get something like 0.0056 ft

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