anonymous
  • anonymous
A single tree produces about 2.6 × 10^2 lb of oxygen each year. The Amazon rainforest has about 3.9 × 10^11 trees. About how many pounds of oxygen are produced in the rainforest each day ? 2.8 × 10 lb
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
ok so what you want to do is multiply the amount a tree produces in a year by the number of trees in the rainforest and then divide by 365. That should be your solution
anonymous
  • anonymous
2.6x10^2=260 3.9x10^11=390000000000 260x390000000000=101400000000000 101400000000000/365=277808219178.0822 so 277808219178.0822 is my answer
anonymous
  • anonymous
it's not my answer

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anonymous
  • anonymous
bacause of this 2.8 × 10 __ lb
anonymous
  • anonymous
it may be looking for the answer in scientific notation, try 2.8*10^11
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok, yes it wants scientific notation. so 2.8 x 10^11
anonymous
  • anonymous
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