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shortcae305

  • 2 years ago

x - 62,500 = 0.25y

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  1. goformit100
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    @shortcae305 nice question

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    is there more to this question??

  3. shortcae305
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    hi everybody iam new to dis thing

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    x - 62,500 = 0.25y; If a total of 125,000 people voted, how many votes did Maya receive? x = Maya, y = total, = 125,000 x - 62500 = 0.25(125,000) = 31,250 x - 62500 = 31,250 x = 62500 + 31250 = 93,750 votes for Maya i think this is the question your asking

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    thanks ur smart

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    The sum of three consecutive integers is 267. What is the largest integer i need help

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