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The state of texas covers approxmiately 268,58 squared mi. During a hail storm the entire state is covered in 1billion meters of hail.(average radius of 1.4292cm)assume the hail falls so that the gaps of air are limited to 26% of the volume. As the state begins to warm, the hail melts.(piece of ice =.92g/mL)Determine the number of hail stones required

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    268,581*** squared miles

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