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CherryBlossom:

PLZ HELPPP! Question: If 1 yard = 3 feet and 1 mile = 5,280 feet, how many yards are there in 2 miles? Options: 2,640 yards, 3,520 yards, 10,560 yards, 31,680 yards

TheWraith2021:

No. You're making this harder than it has to be. "1 yard= 3 feet. 1 mile= 5,280 feet. How many yards are there in two miles?" You multiply 5,280 by 2 and to get 10,560 and then divide that by 3. This is simple arithmetic guys. No need to complicate it.

TheWraith2021:

Nope, some other kid didn't get the very simplistic nature of the problem, not me. He deleted his comments. Thanks for your insightful opinion though!

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