Posted by **mark** on Saturday, February 2, 2008 at 2:46pm.

Damien sets up a bucket to catch raindrops. The bucket can hold only 1 gallon. If each raindrop is made up of about 1/90 fluid ounceof water, how many raindrops will the bucket be able to hold?

I need help with this question. I know that 1 gallon=128 fluid ounces. I need a formula to answer.

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