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the function W(d)=0.112d approximates the amount in centimeters of water that results from d cm of snow melting. Find the amount of water that results from snow melting from depths of 18 cm, 49 cm, and 98 cm. I am having problems figuring this out and I can not remember how to do this. Please help! thanks

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    plug in the value of d (18, 49, or 98 cm) and multiply by .112 to get W(d)

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