# 1) Refer back to Lesson 2, Part A. Assume that the average shoulder width of the people in the line was 1.325 feet. How long would the line be if it contained 10 million people? Express your answer in feet.​

13,250,000 feet or 13.25 million feet

Step-by-step explanation:

Each person in the line has a shoulder width of 1.325 feet.

For each person, there is a width of 1.325 ft. There are 10 million people.

Since:

10 million = 10,000,000

The total length must be:

Answer: 13,250,000 feet or 13.25 million feet

By simply multiplying the average shoulder width of the people (1.325 feet) by the total number of people in the line (10 million), the total length of the line would be 13,250,000 feet.

### Explanation:

This problem can be solved by using simple multiplication. Given that the average shoulder width of the people in the line is 1.325 feet, we simply need to multiply this by the total number of people in the line, which is 10 million in this case.

So, 1.325 feet * 10,000,000 = 13,250,000 feet.

Therefore, if there were 10 million people in line, and the average shoulder width of each person is 1.325 feet, the total length of the line would be 13,250,000 feet.

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