A state park has two pools. The olympic size pool holds 8.12 x 105 gallons of water and the smaller pool holds 5.27 x 105 gallons of water.

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A state park has two pools. The olympic size pool holds 8.12 x 105 gallons of water and the smaller pool holds 5.27 x 105 gallons of water. What is the combined capacity of the pools? A) 1.339 x 104 gallons B) 1.339 x 106 gallons C) 13.39 x 1010 gallons D) 1.339 x 1010 gallons

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    2021-10-13T21:49:30+00:00

    Answer:

    the correct answer is 1.339 x 10^6

    Step-by-step explanation:

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    2021-10-13T21:50:18+00:00

    Hi There!

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    We Know:

    Olympic Pool: 8.12 x 105 gallons

    Smaller Pool: 5.27 x 105 gallons

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    Olympic Pool:

    8.12 x 105 = 852.6 gallons.

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    Smaller Pool:

    5.27 x 105 = 553.35 gallons.

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    Together:

    852.6 + 553.35 = 1405.95

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    Options:

    1.339 x 104 = 139.256 (Incorrect)

    1.339 x 106 = 141.934 (Incorrect)

    13.39 x 1010 = 13523.9 (Incorrect)

    1.339 x 1010 = 1352.39 (Closest)

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    Answer:

    D) 1.339 x 1010 gallons

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    Hope This Helps 🙂

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