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the volume of fort peck dam is 96.050*1.000 cubic meters.suppose the state of montana decides to increase the volume of the dam.after the improvements fort peck will hold 10 times as many cubic meters.how many cubic meters will fort peck hold after the improvements?

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    Why would you multiply something b y 1? Is there a typo?

    96.050 * 10 = ?

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