During track practice, Chris ran 2.5 laps in 81 seconds. What was his average time per lap? Do I divide?

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During track practice, Chris ran 2.5 laps in 81 seconds. What was his average time per lap? Do I divide?

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Yep! 81/2.5 gives you the answer.
the decimal into the whole number or the other way around?

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either these laps were really short, or this cat is fast
"per" means "divided by" time per lap time divided by lap
thanks for the help
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we want the time for 1 lap, so we need to turn that `2.5` into `1` we do this by dividing both parts by `2.5` |dw:1444098863157:dw|
2.5 divided by itself is 1 |dw:1444098893958:dw|
so you just need to compute 81/2.5 to get your answer
I understand now thx
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