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MS. SUE PLEASE I NEED YOUR HELP!
The attendance records for four Major League baseball teams for 2011 are shown below. Florida Marlins: 6.76 * 10^5 Los Angeles Angels: 1.26 * 10^6 Pittsburgh Pirates: 9.78 * 10^5 Chicago Cubs: 1.87 * 10^6 Which team had the greatest attendance? A.Florida Marlins B. Los Angeles Angels C.Pittsburgh Pirates D.Chicago Cubs
Please help Ms. Sue I have no idea what the answer could do could you please tell me the answer and explain to me why it is the answer?

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  1. You'll find the answer after you do the necessary multiplications.

    6.76 * 10^5 = https://www.google.com/search?q=+6.76+%2A+10%5E5+%3D+

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    Ms. Sue
  2. 10^5 is 100 thousand
    10^6 is one million
    so which is bigger
    1.26 million or 1.87 million ?

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  3. 1.87 million?

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  4. yes, eight is bigger than 2

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  5. Oh ok,. thx Damon!

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  6. What are the rest of the answersssssssss

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  7. CAN SOMEONE JUST SAY THE ANSWER ABC OR D LIKE PLEASE

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  8. D: Chicago Cubs

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  9. okie thxs

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