# A ribbon is 3 metres long. Can we cut it into 50 cm pieces and have nothing left over ? Write the reason why or why not .

## I believe so because 50cm is equal to .5meters. And 300cm=3 meters.

## 50cm = 0.50m.

Yes. 3m/0.50m = 6 Pieces.

## Ribbon has 6cm long😘

## Henry

## You are so duffers gyus

## To determine if a 3-meter long ribbon can be cut into 50 cm pieces with no leftover, we need to consider the divisibility of the two lengths.

First, we need to convert the length of the ribbon to centimeters since the given piece size is in centimeters. 1 meter is equal to 100 centimeters, so a 3-meter long ribbon is equal to 300 centimeters.

Now, we can check if the ribbon can be evenly divided into 50 cm pieces. We divide the length of the ribbon by the length of each individual piece:

300 cm ÷ 50 cm = 6

In this case, the result is 6. This means that the ribbon can be divided into 50 cm pieces 6 times without any leftovers. Each 50 cm piece will be used, and nothing will be left over.

Therefore, the answer is yes, the 3-meter long ribbon can be cut into 50 cm pieces with nothing left over.