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In a science experiment, Ms. Dixon's students find that there is 0.00385 times as liquid in Beaker A as in Beaker B after two days. There are 3.5 millimeters of liquid in Beaker B. How much Liquid is in Beaker A?

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    A = .00385B
    A = .00385(3.5) = .013 ml

    Something tells me there's a typo somewhere here. No beaker is so small as to make that amount of liquid measurable.

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