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Amira mowed 6 lawns in 9 hours. What was her rate of mowing in lawns per hour?
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2/3 lawns per minute

Step-by-step explanation:

A hack to easily find the unit rate is to divide the first unit by the second. In this question, it says "lawns per hour", and the first unit is lawns and the second unit is hours.

Lawns per hour = lawns/hours

6/9= 2/3

2/3 lawns per hour

Checks:

2/3x9= 18/3= 6 Lawns in 9 hours
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2/3 or 54

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Here's why it would be 2/3 it would be 2/3 because 6 divided by nine not doing long division would give you a decimal number so doing it fraction wise you would get 2/3 but it might also be times so 54.
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