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It will take him <math>300\cdot2=600</math> seconds to paint all the dimples. | It will take him <math>300\cdot2=600</math> seconds to paint all the dimples. | ||
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Problem
Casey's shop class is making a golf trophy. He has to paint 300 dimples on a golf ball. If it takes him 2 seconds to paint one dimple, how many minutes will he need to do his job?
Solution
It will take him seconds to paint all the dimples.
This is equivalent to minutes .
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