If a cliff is eroding at 35 centimeters per year, how many years will it take for it to erode 850 meters?
- KrishnamurthyLv 73 weeks ago
If a cliff is eroding at 35 centimeters per year,
it will take 2428.57 years for it to erode 850 meters.
- Bulldog reduxLv 73 weeks ago
Let's see: 85,000 divided by 35 = ? No, sorry, I don't do advanced math.
- rogerLv 73 weeks ago
850/,35 years -- you do the math
- Anonymous3 weeks ago
That's pretty simple division. Hint, convert 35 cm/year to m/year.
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- LônLv 73 weeks ago
Change m to cm then divide...
85000 /35 = 2429 years to the nearest year.
- SparkyLv 63 weeks ago
Work out how many centimetres are in 850 metres.
Then divide that figure by 35 to tell you how many centimetres per year.
- geezerLv 73 weeks ago
850 meters is 85,000 centimeters.
If it's 35 centimeters a year .. divide 85,000 by 35.
Giving 2428.57 (rounded to two decimal places).
So it will have eroded that much somwhere between 2,428 and 2,429 years.
So the answer is 2,429 years.
- RPLv 73 weeks ago
This seems to be a simple math problem which can be solved by dividing 850 by 35. The answer is about 24 plus years. At the rate of 35 cm per year, 24 years would mean 840 cm and, at the rate of about 3 cm per month, 3 more months would add 9 cm for a total of 849 cm.
- DavidLv 73 weeks ago
Change 850 meters into cm and divide by 35 and so (850*100)/35 = about 2429 years
- MichaelLv 73 weeks ago
35cm = 0.35m
t = 850m * 1yr/0.35m
t = 850/0.35 yr
t = 2,428.5714285714 yr
~ 2,429 years <––––––