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anonymous
 one year ago
A group of fitness club members lose a combined total of 28 kilograms in one week there are approximately 2.2 pounds in one kilogram assuming the weight loss happen at a constant rate about
anonymous
 one year ago
A group of fitness club members lose a combined total of 28 kilograms in one week there are approximately 2.2 pounds in one kilogram assuming the weight loss happen at a constant rate about

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Ghostgate
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0It seems as if your question cuts off after "rate about"... is there more to the question? Otherwise, it's simply a multiplication problem, 2.2 x 28. However, just to point out, 1 kg = 2.20462 pounds by the way, 2.2 for short, but you could also round it to 2.21 which doesn't change the answer by much, knowing both gives you the range of which the real answer lies between. Anyhow, enough of that, simply do the problem as shown: 28 x 2.2  Narrow it down. 28 x 2 = ?  Try to figure it out yourself. 2.8 x 2 = ?  Try to figure it out yourself. Add the two values together and you get your answer! I hope this helps! Have a great day! {Ghostgate}
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