# Length + multiplication - math problems

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• Central Park
Central Park is a rectangular park in New York City and the map scale is 1 cm: 320 m (It means 1 cm on the map represents 320 m in the real world. ). Find the north-south distance if the length on the map is 2.5 cm.
• A giraffe
A giraffe can run up to 46.93 feet per second. How far could a giraffe run in 1.8 seconds?
• Clothes 4
If the cost of 16.5 metres of cloth is ₹2,062.50 then find the cost of 24.75 metres of clothes
• The length 6
The length of 12 pipes is 10 1/2 meters. (1) find the length of one pipe (2) also find the length of 7 pipes
• The length 5
The length and breadth of rectangular field is 3 1/5 m  and 1 3/7 m. Find the area of rectangular field.
• Jeffery
Jeffery is painting a wall the width of the wall is 9 feet the length of the was is 8 2/3 feet what is the area of the wall Jeffery wants to paint?
• The frame
Rodney has a board that is 5/6 yards long. He cuts 1/5 yard off the board and uses the rest of the board to make a frame. How much of the board is used to make the frame?
• A raindrop
A raindrop falls at a rate of 9.3 meters per second (m/s). Use the following facts to convert this speed to kilometers per hour (km/h). 1 km = 1000 m 1 min = 60 sec 1 hour = 60 min
• Eight 9
Eight pipes are 2¼ meter long . what is the total length of the eight pipes?
• A map 4
A map represents every 4 miles with 1 inch. If a school and a bank are actually 12 miles apart, how far apart are they on the map, in inches?
• Find the 28
Find the area of a square with a side length of 4/5 yards.
• Jeff rode
Jeff rode his bike around a bike trail that was 1/3 of a mile long. He rode around the trail 9 times. Write a fraction greater than 1 for the distance. How many miles did Jeff ride?
• Tina has
Tina has 10 packages of yarn to knit a scarf. She uses 1/3 of package of yarn for each inch of length she adds to the scarf. If Tina uses all the yarn, how long will her scarf be?
• Mohammed
Mohammed grew a garden last year. His plot of land was 6 3/4 feet by 10 feet. He wants to have twice as much area and his garden this year. How much area will the new garden take up?
• Area and perimeter 2
Find the area and the perimeter of a rectangle of length 45 1/2 cm and breadth 16 2/3 cm.
• Her goal
Her goal is to walk 10,000 steps each day. She measures her average step length to be 30 inches. If she walks 10,000 steps in a day, how many miles will she walk?
• Visit to grandmother
Robert's family traveled 5/8 of the distance to his grandmother’s house on Saturday. They traveled 1/3 of the remaining distance on Sunday. What fraction of the total distance to his grandmother’s house was traveled on Sunday?
• Visit to grandfather
Shane's family traveled 3/10 of the distance to his grandfather’s house on Saturday. They traveled 4/7 of the remaining distance on Sunday. What fraction of the total distance to his grandfather’s house was traveled on Sunday?
• Eight pipes
Eight pipes are each 2¼m long. What is the total length of the eight pipes?
• Father's garden
John's father has a garden in the back yard. The dimensions of the garden are shown here. A green rectangle is shown. The width is labeled as 2 and two-thirds feet. The length is labeled as 7 and three-fourths feet. Calculate the area of the garden. You f

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