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The number of meters in AB is equal to the square root of the number of centimeters in AB. What is the length of AB (1 meter=100 centimeters)?

A) 100 meters
B) 10 meters
C) 100 centimeters
D) 10 centimeter
E) 1 centimeter

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100 = √(100×100)
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The number of meters in AB is equal to the square root of the number of centimeters in AB. What is the length of AB (1 meter=100 centimeters)?

A) 100 meters
B) 10 meters
C) 100 centimeters
D) 10 centimeter
E) 1 centimeter

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100 = √(100×100)


I'd plug in the options for this question.

Check option A: if the number of meters in AB is 100, then the number of centimeters is 100*100. The square root of 100*100 is 100: 100 = 100.

Answer: A.
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The number of meters in AB is equal to the square root of the number of centimeters in AB. What is the length of AB (1 meter=100 centimeters)?

A) 100 meters
B) 10 meters
C) 100 centimeters
D) 10 centimeter
E) 1 centimeter

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100 = √(100×100)


I'd plug in the options for this question.

Check option A: if the number of meters in AB is 100, then the number of centimeters is 100*100. The square root of 100*100 is 100: 100 = 100.

Answer: A.


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10m=1000cm (1m=100cm)
10m=\sqrt{1000} is not=to 10 hence wrong.
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100m=100*100cm=\sqrt{10000}=100cm.

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goodyear2013 wrote:
The number of meters in AB is equal to the square root of the number of centimeters in AB. What is the length of AB (1 meter=100 centimeters)?

A) 100 meters
B) 10 meters
C) 100 centimeters
D) 10 centimeter
E) 1 centimeter

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100 = √(100×100)



hi

I think it makes sense...

m = √cm

1m = 100cm

100m = 10000cm

100m = √100cm

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