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The mass of the Eiffel Tower is about 9.16 ⋅ 106 kilograms. The mass of the Golden Gate Bridge is 8.05 ⋅ 108 kilograms. Approximately how many more kilograms is the mass of the Golden Gate Bridge than the mass of the Eiffel Tower? show all your work.

Dec 24th, 2014

mass of the Eiffel Tower is 9,16 * 10^106 kilograms
mass of the Golden gate bridge is 8.05*10^108 kilograms

so to the mass of Golden Gate bridge is more than Eiffel Towel
so the difference is = 8.05*10^108 -9,16 * 10^106

= 10^106 ( 8.05*10^2 - 9.16)
= 10^106 (8.05*100 - 9.16)
=10^106 (805-9.16)

= 795.84 * 10^106 kilograms or 7.95* 10^108 kilograms

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