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# A trophy store wishes to make brass medallions, each of mass 17.5 g, from 140 kg of brass. How many medallions can be made?

Hint:

### Make the necessary conversions and thus get the number of medallions that

can be made.

## The correct answer is: 8000

### Complete step by step solution:

Total brass available = 140 kg

We know that 1 kg = 1000 grams.

So here, 140 kg = 140 1000 = 140000 grams

Mass of one medallion = 17.5 grams

∴ Total number of medallions that can be made from 140000 grams =

Hence 8000 medallions can be made from 140 kg of brass.

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