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Answer 1
Answer: To find volume multiply base times width times height. 
The dimensions of the fridge is 36 x 35 x 70. 
Multiply 36 x 35 to get 1260. 
Multiply 1260 x 70 to get 88200. 
The volume of the fridge is: 88,200 cubic inches. 
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Answer 2
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88,200 cubeic in.

88,200 = volume

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Word form of 53,200.4

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The word form of 53,200.4 would be fifty-three thousand, two hundred and four tenths.

Now remember, to say a number in a decimal in word form, you must remember the names for each placement.

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A box containing 3 small bags of flour weighs 950 grams. Each bag of flour weighs 300 grams. How much does the empty box weighs?

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If the box containing the 3 bags of flour weighs 950 grams, you should subtract 900 to 950.
Why?
Because each bag weighs 300 grams.
There are 3 bags.
300 * 3 = 900
When you subtract, you get 50.
This means the box weighs 50 grams.
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What is the best approximation for the circumfrence of a circle with a diamiter of 400 inches​

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A swimming pool  20 m long and 10 m wide is surrounded by a deck of uniform width. The total area of the swimming pool and the deck is 704 m^2. Find the width of the deck.

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S = 704 \ m^2 \nwidth \ of \ the \ deck - x \n \nS=a \cdot b \n \n (10+2x)(20+2x) = 704 \n \n 200+20x +40x+4x^2-704 =0\n \n4x^2 +60x -504=0\ \ /:4
 
x^2+15x -126=0\n \na=1, \ b=15 , \ c= - 126 \n \n\Delta =b^2-4ac = 15^2 -4\cdot1\cdot (-126) = 225 +504=729 \n \nx_(1)=(-b-√(\Delta) )/(2a)=(-15-√(729))/(2 )=( -15-27)/(2)=(-42)/(2)=-21 \ can \ not\ be \ negative \n \nx_(2)=(-b+√(\Delta) )/(2a)=(-15+√(729))/(2 )=( -15+27)/(2)= 6 \ m \n \n Answer : \ waist \ width \ is \ 6 \ m


Let x = width of the deck.
Therefore total area of pool : 
(10+2x)m*(20+2x)m = 704 m^2
( 200 + 20x + 40x + 4x^2 ) m^2 = 704 m^2
(200 + 60x + 4x^2)   = 704
 4x^2 + 60x = 704-200
 4x^2 + 60x = 504
 4x^2 + 60x - 504 = 0
4(x^2 + 15x - 126) = 0
(x+21) * (x-6) = 0
Therefore x, the deck's width is 6m (it can't be -21 as width is measured as a positive value)
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Which is larger 4/6 or 6/7

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4 / 6 = 28 / 42 ;
6 / 7 = 36 / 42 ;
But, 36 > 28 ;
36 / 42 > 28 / 42 ;
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6 / 7 is larger than 4 / 6 ;
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