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OpenStudy (anonymous):

Assume faucet drips at the rate of 3 drops per minute. Further assume that 20 drops is equal to 1 ml. How many drops will it drip in one day?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Assume faucet drips at the rate of 3 drops per minute. Further assume that 20 drops is equal to 1 ml. How many drops will it drip in one day?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

How many minutes are in an hour?

OpenStudy (tad1):

Use dimensional analysis. 3 drops/1 min x 1ml/20drops x 60min/1hr etc until you have the units you need. then use a calculator to compute.

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