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Chemistry Review Help! If 1.00 kilograms of coal is burned, approximately 3.00 x 107 joules (J) of energy is released. How many tons of coal, when burned, would produce approximately 9.00 x 1016 J? 1 ton = 907 kg 3.0 x 109 tons 3.3 x 106 tons 3.7 x 10-13 tons 3.3 x 10-10 tons

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    \[\frac{ 9.00 \times 10^{16} }{ 3.00 \times 10^{7} }=3 \times 10^{16-7} kg=3 \times 10^9 kg\] divide by 907 to convert in tons.

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    Thank you so much!!

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    yw

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    @surjithayer can you help me with another question? I just posted it a few minutes ago

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