pumpkin production in 2004 for Illinois, California, Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania and New York?
- AFLv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
If this is for FastWeb, their "correct" answer is 998 million. However, their answer is WRONG.
The total number of pounds for those states is 1,021,900,000 pounds.
Illinois 457,200,000 pounds
Califonia 140,400,000 pounds
Ohio 111,600,000 pounds
Michigan 100,800,000 pounds
Pennsylvania 130,000,000 pounds
New York 81,900,000 pounds
Total 1,021,900,000 pounds
The United States Department of Agriculture's National Agricultural Statistics Service shows a total of 1,021,900,000 pounds for those six states.
Screenshot of query:
1) Click on "Crops and Plants" on left side of page.
2) Click on "Fruits" in middle of page.
3a) Select "Pumpkins" from the list.
3b) Click [Search].
4a) Under "State and County Statistics", for "From:" select "2004".
4b) For "To:" select "2004".
4c) For "Select a State below" select "All States, United States".
4d) Click [Get Data].
It shows each of the states production totals. For example, California's production total is 1,404 thousand hundredweight, or 140,400,000,000 pounds. You can sum up these states to arrive at 1,021,900,000 pounds, but the result of the query also shows the total (10,219 thousand hundredweight, or 1,021,900,000 pounds).
- Anonymous1 decade ago
998 million pounds
Total pumpkin production of major pumpkin-producing states in 2004. Illinois, with a production of 457 million pounds, led the country. Pumpkin patches in California, Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania and New York also produced a lot of pumpkins: each state produced at least 70 million pounds worth. The value of all the pumpkins produced by these states was about $100 million.
- domingoLv 44 years ago
Sorry, your answer is faulty. the staggering reaction is: 2. 998 million pounds. In 2004, the top-rated pumpkin growing to be states in the U.S. (Illinois, California, Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania and ny) produced 998 million pounds of pumpkins well worth about $one hundred million. Illinois replaced into the pumpkin chief, generating 457 million pounds.