# A roll of wire has 43 inches of wire. If a bracelet requires 6.8 inches of wire, how many bracelets can be made?

6 complete bracelets

Need to divide this number in order to get the answer.

With a calculator, 43 ÷ 6.8 equals roughly 6.323.

therefore there have been six finished bracelets made.

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6 bracelets can be made from the roll of wire.

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