A large watermelon weighs 10.4 pounds. A smaller watermelon weighs 3.6 pounds. How much less does the smaller watermelon weigh? Wr

A large watermelon weighs 10.4 pounds. A smaller watermelon weighs 3.6 pounds. How much less does the smaller watermelon weigh? Write an equation to represent this situation.

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  1. Answer:

    6.8 pounds

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Subtract the smaller watermelon weight from the large watermelon weight to find the difference between the two weights

    larger-smaller

    10.4-3.6

    6.8

    So, the smaller watermelon weighs 6.8 pounds less than the larger watermelon.

    Hope this helps! 🙂

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