anonymous
  • anonymous
A snail travels 3 3/4 feet in an hour. How far does the snail travel in hours? A. 7 3/4 feet B. 14 3/8 feet C. 13 1/8 feet D. 9 3/8 feet
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@Shadowknight6263 help? math
alex6799
  • alex6799
how many hours?
tkhunny
  • tkhunny
This is a multiplication problem.

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daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
how many hours
anonymous
  • anonymous
the snail travels 3*3/4 feet in an hour
anonymous
  • anonymous
?
MD152727
  • MD152727
can you paste the number of hours please
anonymous
  • anonymous
How far does the snail travel in hours? what goes here^
MD152727
  • MD152727
can you take a snapshot of the question??
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok
MD152727
  • MD152727
@Shadowknight6263 You're correct
anonymous
  • anonymous
anybody here who knows 10th grade math?
MD152727
  • MD152727
i am in 9th, sorry
MD152727
  • MD152727
maybe just know your question?
anonymous
  • anonymous
HERE
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm in 7th but my freind is in 10th and he/she really needs help
anonymous
  • anonymous
ur in k12 cool
MD152727
  • MD152727
yep, so 3 and 1/2
MD152727
  • MD152727
D
anonymous
  • anonymous
thats what I got 2
MD152727
  • MD152727
3*3=9 0.5*0.75 is 3/8
anonymous
  • anonymous
thank you both for helping me i wish i can both give u medal's

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