anonymous
  • anonymous
The flow of water over niagra falls averages 6,008,835,000 millilitres of water per second. On the average, about how many litres of water flow over Niagra Falls every second?
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dmezzullo
  • dmezzullo
HOW MANY LITERS ARE IN MILLITRES?
anonymous
  • anonymous
0.001
anonymous
  • anonymous
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dmezzullo
  • dmezzullo
6008835 should be.. all you had to do was multiply 0.001 times the big number
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay hthanks
dmezzullo
  • dmezzullo
thanks for the medal...all i did was did the prob on my phone calculator
anonymous
  • anonymous
Oh haha well your welcome
dmezzullo
  • dmezzullo
tell me if its right when u know... if u want
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay
dmezzullo
  • dmezzullo
Part 1) In which line was the mistake made? Part 2) Show your work and give the correct answer? Line 1 30 ÷ 5(3 − 1) − 4 Line 2 30 ÷ 5(2) − 4 Line 3 30 ÷ 10 − 4 Line 4 3 − 4 Line 5 −1
dmezzullo
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