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Bar Graph information is as follows:
Aquariums At a museum
On the left side of graph it shows the name of animals in the aquarium and on the bottom is shows capacity (in thousands of gallons)
On the left the animals are as follows:
1.Shark - 300,000
2.Sea Turtle- 70,000
3.Saltwater fish - 50,000
4. River Otter - 30,000
5. Habor Seal - 60,000
On the bottom the capacity is as follows:
0 50 150 200 250 300 350

Which aquarium has a capacity that is 0.20 times as great as that of the shark aquarium?

Thank you

Habor seal aquarium =)

300,000 by 0.20 equals 60,000 (habor seal)

Thank you, Regina

200l

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