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Fractional Exponents.
The amount of freight transported by rail in the U.S. was about 580 billion 'ton miles' in 1960 and 830 billion in 1970.
What was the growth rate in those 10 years? (Round to nearest hundredth) Fractional Exponents.
The amount of freight transported by rail in the U.S. was about 580 billion 'ton miles' in 1960 and 830 billion in 1970.
What was the growth rate in those 10 years? (Round to nearest hundredth) @Mathematics
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Fractional Exponents. The amount of freight transported by rail in the U.S. was about 580 billion 'ton miles' in 1960 and 830 billion in 1970. What was the growth rate in those 10 years? (Round to nearest hundredth) Fractional Exponents. The amount of freight transported by rail in the U.S. was about 580 billion 'ton miles' in 1960 and 830 billion in 1970. What was the growth rate in those 10 years? (Round to nearest hundredth) @Mathematics
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please help!.
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4.3 % a year ?
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dont forget the medal or good answer :D
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lol thank u for the help :P!
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