Suppose you have a single sheet of an 81/2" x 11" paper. Your task is to draw the longest continuous line possible using an EXPO marker that has infinite ink. The line can curve but it cannot be picked up off the paper or overlap and of your previously drawn line. Since you are drawing a line with a marker, your line has a defined width. For the sake of argument, presume your line width is 1 inch. What is the longest possible line that can be drawn?

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Suppose you have a single sheet of an 81/2" x 11" paper. Your task is to draw the longest continuous line possible using an EXPO marker that has infinite ink. The line can curve but it cannot be picked up off the paper or overlap and of your previously drawn line. Since you are drawing a line with a marker, your line has a defined width. For the sake of argument, presume your line width is 1 inch. What is the longest possible line that can be drawn?

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