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A new system of units is invented where the basic unit of length is the "dak" The dak is defined as equal to 3 inches, and there are 2.54 centemeters in an inch. How many "daks" are in a centimeter?
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1 dak = 3 inches

= 3*2.54 cms

Hence, 1 cm = 1/(3*2.54) daks

= 50/381 daks

= 0.131233 daks.

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yes, correct answer is 0.131233595 daks

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