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3 --% ×75 = _____ 4 Select one of the options below as your answer:A. .255 B. .5625 C. 2.55 D. 5.625

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@michaeljordan don't repost. Please work with me to get the answer. I'm not just going to give you the answer.
So again \[\%=\frac{1}{100}\] So we have \[\frac{3}{4} \cdot \frac{1}{100} \times 75\] Which can be written as \[\frac{3}{4} \cdot \frac{75}{100}\] What does 75/100 reduce to?
.75

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Ok yes you can write 75/100 as .75 and you can also right 3/4 as .75 since 75/100 reduces to 3/4 which means 75/100=3/4 so we need to find the product of .75 and .75
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Freckles, what is 3/4 percent equal to?
So first we will multiply 75 by 5
\[\frac{3}{4} \%=\frac{3}{4} \cdot \frac{1}{100}\]
That was for hero
But we have already discussed this above
I was just making sure you were showing the person correctly.
Did you see my second post hero? I explained it.
I know. I kinda scanned over it.
Ok. Well thanks for making sure I know I guess.
So back to the you @michaeljordan |dw:1336265103617:dw|
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what do we get when we multiply the circle thingys?
25
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what about those circle thingys?
35
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Now the things in the black circle we need to multiply those
you already said the product of 7 and 5 is 35 so we have |dw:1336265808112:dw|
So the last of the multiplication is the 7*7 part
which is 49 correct?
but don't forget to add that 3 you carried 49+3=52 so we have....
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now we add
When you are done adding how many times do you thing you will need to drag the decimal over?
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So after you find the sum of those 375 and 5250 you will need to drag decimal over 4 times
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this will be your answer :)
that;s not a choice o;
yep it is are you sure you added right?
5+0=5 7+5=12 3+2=5 0+5=5 so we have |dw:1336266192396:dw|

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