anonymous
  • anonymous
Working out a problem involving relative populations of states in the southwestern United States, you calculate that the population of California (37,250,000) is _____ the population of Arizona (6,392,000). a.)about four times bigger than b.)about twice as big as c.)about three times bigger than d.)about six times bigger than
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Take Arizona's population. About how many times do you have to multiply it to reach California's population?
anonymous
  • anonymous
about 4 x ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
or 6 x huh ?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
No. Lets look at it like this. Arizona's population is about 6 million. California's population is about 36 million. 6 (Arizona's population) times what equals 36?
anonymous
  • anonymous
There ya go :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
hah ! thanks : )

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