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You need to find out how much taller the Eiffel Tower is than the sequoia tree.
Subtract the height of
the sequoia tree from the height of the Eiffel Tower.
You need to find out how much one African bull elephant weighs.
Divide the weight of the blue whale by 26.
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Wrong choice! Your calculation shows that the answer is 240m.
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You need to find out how many days it would take kelp to grow to a length of 60 m.
Divide 60 m by the length the kelp grows in one day.
You need to find out the wingspan of the flying dinosaur.
Divide the wingspan of the jumbo jet by 5.
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What is the second calculation you need to do to solve the problem?
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Multiply the number of rows by the number of trees in each row.
Calculate the number of trees times the height of the trees.
First workout how many pine trees there are. Then multiply the number of trees by their height.
You need to find out how tall an adult human would be if it grew in the same proportion as a Nile crocodile.
First workout how many times longer the adult crocodile is than the baby crocodile. Then multiply the length of the human baby by this number.
Divide the length of the adult crocodile by the length of the baby crocodile.
Calculate the length of the human baby times 20.
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That's not it! Your calculation shows that the answer is 5040.
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That's not it! Your calculation shows that the answer is 151 200 m.
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