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Problem 23P

Consider these definitions.

 1 doz = 12 1 gross = 144 1 ream = 500 1 mol = 6.022 × 1023

Suppose you have 872 sheets of paper. How many ______ of paper sheets do you have?

(a) dozens

(b) gross

(c) reams

(d) moles

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Solution 23P

(a) 1dozens =12

Number of sheets in dozens=872/12=72.7 dozens

(b) 1gross=144

Number of sheets in gross=872/144=6.06 gross

(c)1 reams=500

Number of sheets in reams=872/500=1.74 reams

(d) 1mole =6.023 1023

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