# math

75,000, how much tax must that citizen pay to each of the two countries?
21. A giant pumpkin is 90% water and weighs 250 pounds. The pumpkin is placed on display as the largest pumpkin of the year at the LA county fair. During the week-long fair, the pumpkin loses water from being outside in the heat. At the end of the week, the pumpkin is only 80% water. How much does the pumpkin weigh at the end of the week?

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