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# The jogging track is a mile long. If Ashley jogged around it 4 times, how far did she run?

**Solution:**

Length of the jogging track = 1 mile

Number of times Ashley jogged = 4 times

So the length Ashley ran = Length of the jogging track × Number of times Ashely jogged

By substituting the values

= 1 × 4

= 4 miles

Therefore, Ashley ran 4 miles.

## The jogging track is a mile long. If Ashley jogged around it 4 times, how far did she run?

**Summary:**

The jogging track is a mile long. If Ashley jogged around it 4 times, she ran 4 miles.

**Example - **The jogging track is 5/9 miles long. If Ashley jogged around it 9 times, how far did she run?

**Solution:**

Length of the jogging track = 5/9 mile

Number of times Ashley jogged = 9 times

So the length Ashley ran = Length of the jogging track × Number of times Ashely jogged

By substituting the values

= 5/9 × 9

= 5 miles

Therefore, Ashley ran 5 miles.

**Summary:**

The jogging track is 5/9 mile long. If Ashley jogged around it 9 times, she ran 5 miles.

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