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An island has some portion submerged in water. point x on the island is at negative 9 over 2 feet from the surface of the sea. point y on the island is at negative 4 over 3 feet from the surface of the sea. because negative 4 over 3 feet > negative 9 over 2 feet, what is true about the distance of the two points from the surface of the sea? both points are 5 and 5 over 6 feet from the surface of the sea. both points are 3 and 1 over 6 feet from the surface of the sea. point y is closer to the surface of the sea than point x. point x is closer to the surface of the sea than point y. ### Other questions on the subject: Mathematics Mathematics, 21.06.2019 13:20, olguita82
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