# Joshua solved this problem. He says the answer is yards. Joshua had yards of his fishing line in the water. Then he reeled in yards of his line from the water. How much of Joshua’s fishing line was

Joshua solved this problem. He says the answer is yards. Joshua had yards of his fishing line in the water. Then he reeled in yards of his line from the water. How much of Joshua’s fishing line was still in the water? Solve the problem. Is Joshua’s answer reasonable? A. Joshua’s answer is reasonable. He had more than yards of fishing line in the water. Then he let out a little less than yards into the water . So he had almost 5 yards of fishing line in the water. B. Joshua’s answer is not reasonable. He had almost 4 yards of fishing line in the water. He let out a little less than yards into the water . That is about yards of fishing line in the water. C. Joshua’s answer is not reasonable. He had about 4 yards of line in the water. He reeled in about 1 yard of line (4 – 1 = 3). That means he had about 3 yards of fishing line left in the water. D. Joshua’s answer is not reasonable. He had more than yards of fishing line in the water. He reeled in less than yards . That means he should have had a little more than 2 yards of line left in the water.