newwar
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An average person in the United States throws away 4.5 × 10–1 kg of trash per day. In 2013, there were about 3.2 × 106 people in the U.S. About how many kilograms of trash was thrown away in the United States in 2013? 5.3 × 10 kg
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anonymous
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so what you have to do is 10 times 10 6 times and also do not use debut it is known for giving viruses ;)

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newwar
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ok
anonymous
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when ever u have a question for me u can just do this @carsonce
newwar
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wait so what is it @carsonce
anonymous
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|dw:1443053911710:dw| now do that in a calculator
newwar
  • newwar
1000000
anonymous
  • anonymous
now divide it by 5.3
newwar
  • newwar
0.0000053
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anonymous
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hold on let me solve it
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.188

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