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The percapital consumption of bottled water wa 5 gallons in 1990 and has been increasingly yearly by a factor of 1.083.
What was the per capital consumption of bottled water 13 years later?
*round the answer to three decimal places *
Water consumption in the year 2003 was _____ gallons.
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