A girl's feet are negative 2 over 4 yards from the surface of a pool. A boy's feet are negative 3 over 4 yards from the surface of the pool. Determine whose feet are closer to the surface.
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A is correct because when dealing with two negative numbers, the negative number closer to zero is going to be closer in distance.
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"A girl's feet are negative 2 over 4 yards from the surface of a pool. A boy's feet are negative 3 over 4 yards from the surface of the pool."
These children have been birthed with some really strange feet. o__o
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Hahaha yeah and o okay orange master
I think the question is saying that these kids are plenty in the pool. The -2/4 isn't referring to the size of their feet, but the distance. @Cardinal_Carlo
The evidence suggests the contrary @OrangeMaster. Look at the prompt: "Determine whose feet are closer to the surface."
Whose feet is it? is what they're asking. 'Feet' is used as a noun. They're really talking about feet.
To add: the measure of distance used in the given prompt is in yards.