# Julie runs #3/7# miles everyday. How far will she run in #9# days?

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To find out how far Julie will run in 9 days, you can multiply the distance she runs each day by the number of days:

Distance Julie runs in 9 days = (Distance she runs per day) × (Number of days)

Distance Julie runs in 9 days = (3/7 miles/day) × (9 days)

To calculate this:

Distance Julie runs in 9 days = (3/7) × 9 miles

Now, perform the multiplication:

Distance Julie runs in 9 days = 27/7 miles

You can leave the answer as ( \frac{27}{7} ) miles, or you can convert it to a mixed number or decimal, depending on the desired format.

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