The United States Postal Service delivers about 2^8 ⋅ 5^2 pieces of mail each second. There are 2^8⋅3^4⋅5^2 seconds in 6 days. How

The United States Postal Service delivers about 2^8 ⋅ 5^2 pieces of mail each second. There are 2^8⋅3^4⋅5^2 seconds in 6 days. How many pieces of mail does the United States Postal Service deliver in 6 days? Write your answer as an expression involving three powers.
Key: ^ means the number that comes after is an exponent. For example: 4^9, 4 is the base and 9 is the exponent.

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  1. Answer:
    The total number of pieces delivered in 6 days is the number delivered each second (28.52) times the number of seconds in 6 days (28 34.52). This gives:
    (28.52) (28 3¹.52) 28 + 8.31.52+2 = 216.31.54
    I hope this helps! 🙂

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