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If a small juice can contains 200 milliliters of juice, how

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If a small juice can contains 200 milliliters of juice, how [#permalink] New post 13 Aug 2019, 07:36
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If a small juice can contain 200 milliliters of juice, how many liters of juice are there in a case containing 48 small cans? (1 liter = 1,000 milliliters)

(A) 0.96

(B) 9.6

(C) 96

(D) 960

(E) 9,600
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If a small juice can contain 200 milliliters of juice, how many liters of juice are there in a case containing 48 small cans? (1 liter = 1,000 milliliters)

(A) 0.96

(B) 9.6

(C) 96

(D) 960

(E) 9,600


GIVEN: Volume of 1 can of juice = 200 milliliters
So, the volume of 48 cans of juice = 48(200) = 9600 milliliters

GIVEN: 1 liter = 1,000 milliliters
So, we can conclude that 10 liters = 10,000 milliliters

Since 9600 milliliters is just a little bit less than 10,000 milliliters, we can conclude that 9600 milliliters is just a little bit less than 10 liters.

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Answer: B

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