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a fish tank holds 35 gallons of water. how many pounds of water are in the fish tank?

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    look up pounds/gallon for water. google should help if you don't have such information handy in your text.

    Then just convert gallons to pounds:

    volume(gal) * density(lbs/gal) = weight(lbs)

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