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Postby Debbie » Wed Jun 08, 2005 10:59 am

Hi,

I'm really bad in math...I'm trying to compare the richest person in the world to the poorest / people in poverty / on welfare with Reese's Pieces candy. If the richest person is worth 46 billion and those on welfare are having households of say 10 thousand, how would I do this? More specifically, if I wanted to show in thousands, how many pieces do I need for 46 billion?

Thank you so much,
Debbie
Debbie
 

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