• anonymous
James knows that when he walks, he takes about 120 steps per minute and that each step is 2.75 feet long. Which calculation is most reasonable for James to use to find out his walking speed in miles per hour?
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  • mathmale
dani: you have not shared with the rest of us the several answer options. This problem involves converting units of measurement. You need to move from 120 steps per minute to miles per hour. If each step this guy takes is 2.75 feet long, how many steps would constitute (make up) a mile? How many feet are there in 1 mile?

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