John's dog weighted 7 pounds when we got him. The dog's weight tripled

John's dog weighted 7 pounds when we got him. The dog's weight tripled each year for two years. How many ounces does John's dog now weigh?

2 months ago

Solution 1

Guest Guest #2610
2 months ago
If the dog weighed 7 pounds at first then its times 3 for each year for 2 years.
7*3*3=63 pounds and converting pounds to ounces, 63 pounds is 1,008 ounces.

Solution 2

Guest Guest #2611
2 months ago
21 pounds

7 pounds x 3(tripled) = 21 pounds

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