# One inch equals 2.54 centimeters. How do you Ffnd the length of a newborn, in inches, if it measures 45.7 centimeters?

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To find the length of a newborn in inches if it measures 45.7 centimeters, you can use the conversion factor:

[ 1 \text{ inch} = 2.54 \text{ centimeters} ]

So, to convert 45.7 centimeters to inches, you divide by the conversion factor:

[ \text{Length in inches} = \frac{45.7 \text{ centimeters}}{2.54 \text{ centimeters/inch}} ]

[ \text{Length in inches} = \frac{45.7}{2.54} ]

[ \text{Length in inches} \approx 18 \text{ inches} ]

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