## Gary,Grant,Garth. They all can jump 10 times farther than their length. Figure out how many jumps each one needs to make to travel a distanc

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Gary,Grant,Garth. They all can jump 10 times farther than their length. Figure out how many jumps each one needs to make to travel a distance of 9 meters. Gary is 3 centimeters long. Gary has to make Blank jumps to travel a distance of 9 meters?

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Gary has to make 30 jumps to travel a distance of 9 meters

Step-by-step explanation:

Complete Question

Greg Grasshopper has three cousins: Gary, Grant, and Garth. They all can jump 10

times farther than their length. Figure out how many jumps each cousin needs to

make to travel a distance of 9 meters. (Hint: There are 100 centimeters in a meter.)

Use numbers, sketches, or words to show your work.

a Gary is 3 centimeters long.

Gary has to make _______ jumps to travel a distance of 9 meters.

Solution

Given length of Gary centimeters

As we know, Meter centimeters

Length of Gary in meters meters

Now the distance covered in one jump is equal to

length of Gray x (as Gary can jump 10 times farther than his length)

Distance covered in one jump  meter

So number of jumps required to cover a distance of meters is equal to Thus, Gary has to make 30 jumps to travel a distance of 9 meters

2. 30
3 cm is 10×3
900 cm is 9 meters which is 30