anonymous
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Write the mixed number as an improper fraction. 15 3/7
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anonymous
  • anonymous
15*(3/7)?
anonymous
  • anonymous
(15*7)+3=108 = 108/7
anonymous
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thank you nancy

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anonymous
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u r wel com
anonymous
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2/3 of 188, is that what you want to know?
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes
anonymous
  • anonymous
376/3
anonymous
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And what was the other question?
anonymous
  • anonymous
i got the other one figured out
anonymous
  • anonymous
So thats all?
anonymous
  • anonymous
how do i write the 376/3 as a whole number?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Its not a whole number, how can you write it as a whole number? You can only write it in fraction form or you can also express it as a decimal
anonymous
  • anonymous
for my math question i have to find out 2/3 of the total number of votes casted and for that i got 188,400
anonymous
  • anonymous
i typed in the 376/3 and it said it was wrong
anonymous
  • anonymous
You asked me a different question
anonymous
  • anonymous
You told me to calculate 2/3 of 188
anonymous
  • anonymous
But now the question you are writing up, is completely different. It means 2/3 of a certain number is 188
anonymous
  • anonymous
sorry my typing on here is slow
anonymous
  • anonymous
jesus, why is there so many posts over like a yr2 question
anonymous
  • anonymous
i'll try to copy the question and paste it in here
anonymous
  • anonymous
Do you need to know the answer to that question, I mean the one that you posted just before 1 or 2 posts
anonymous
  • anonymous
Find two-thirds of the total number of votes cast. the total i got is 188,400
anonymous
  • anonymous
188 thousand 400
anonymous
  • anonymous
See, phrasing a bit differently makes completely different sense. This time again its making a different sense. Please post the original question
anonymous
  • anonymous
it's online work i copied the question from the assignment page and pasted it, i'll try again
anonymous
  • anonymous
Please post the question once again
anonymous
  • anonymous
Please don't mention what you got, just post the qeustion
anonymous
  • anonymous
Please mention your question
anonymous
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The final election returns for a city bond measure are shown below. the two numbers are 125,599 and 68,801 (a) Find the total number of votes cast. votes (b) Find two-thirds of the total number of votes cast.
anonymous
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it won't let me paste the picture that is with the question
anonymous
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attach it
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anonymous
  • anonymous
there's the picture
anonymous
  • anonymous
a) The total number of votes is the sum of those two numbers b) 2/3 rd of the total number votes can be calculated by first summing those two numbers (just as you did on the previous section (a)) and then multiply it with 2/3
anonymous
  • anonymous
that's what i was trying to figure out. I got the answer for part a but i can't get the answer for part b
anonymous
  • anonymous
b) \[(125,599 + 68,801 ) \times 2/3\]
anonymous
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Is that all?
anonymous
  • anonymous
i hope so
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok bye

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