The equation y=5,280x gives the number of feet, in x miles. what does the number 5280 represent in this relationshi?

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2022-04-19
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The equation y=5,280x gives the number of feet, in x miles. what does the number 5280 represent in this relationshi?

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Answered 2022-06-20
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Here the number 5,280 represent in this relationship is that number of feet in 1 mile.

Calculation of the equation:

Since the equation is Y=5,280x

It provides the number of feet, y, in x miles.

So based on this, we can say that Here the number 5,280 represent in this relationship is that number of feet in 1 mile.

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