Runners will race around a rectangular park. The length of the park is 100 meters. The width of the park is 70 meters. Which is

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Runners will race around a rectangular park. The length of the park is 100 meters. The width of the park is 70 meters.

Which is the correct unit of measurement to use when figuring how many yards each runner would run in the race?

A.

meters³

B.

meters²

C.
meters

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    2021-10-11T02:04:45+00:00

    If you want to know the number of yards, the correct unit is yards.

    Both meters and yards are linear measures. Since you want a linear measure (yards), you will start with the given linear measures (meters), selection C.

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    The perimeter is 2*(100 m +70 m) = 340 m, about 371.83 yards.

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