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(Solved): NASA satellites have allowed us to estimate how many trees are on earth. The answer turns out to be ...
NASA satellites have allowed us to estimate how many trees are on earth. The answer turns out to be about \( 400,246,300,201 \). If most trees have thousands of leaves on them, we can say...there are a whole lot of leaves in the world! You just observed one leaf for this exercise. Scientists might study various processes in a few leaves more rigorously. Still, the vast majority of leaves in the world are never observed or studied by anyone. What we know about leaves comes from a tiny tiny tiny fraction of all the leaves that are. Does such a small data set have any value? Write one to several paragraphs responding to this question.