Josh rides his bike along a 9-mile trail. There are trail markers every 13 mile. The markers start at 13 mile and end at 9 miles

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Josh rides his bike along a 9-mile trail. There are trail markers every 13 mile. The markers start at 13

mile and end at 9 miles.

How many markers does Josh see on the trail?

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    2021-09-11T04:22:41+00:00

    So this means that we have to multiply since it says that he rides his bike along a 9-mile trail. Then it says There are trail markers every 13 mile so we have to do 9×3= 27 and then I would think you do 27+13 which equals 40. So he say 40 markers on the trail. (Also show your work) 🙂

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    2021-09-11T04:22:58+00:00

    So I am assuming you are meaning 1/3 mile instead of 13 mile, I appologise if I am false.

    If there is markers every 1/3 mile and the trail is 9 miles, you simply do multiplication, 9×3 = 27, there are 27 markers on the trail

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