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1,440 is 120 percent of

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  1. waterineyes
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    Let 120 percent of what is x: So: \[120 \; \% of \; x = 1440\]

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    \[\frac{120}{100} \times x = 1440\] \[x = 1440 \times \frac{100}{120} = ??\]

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  3. Kaederfds
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    100/120 x 1440 = 1400

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  4. Kaederfds
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    is that true?

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  5. byrd24
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    nope

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  6. waterineyes
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    No that is not true..

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    1,140.63 1,140.62 1,104.63 1,014.62

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  8. Kaederfds
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    1200

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  9. waterineyes
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    Solve that..

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    \[1440 \times \frac{100}{120} = ??\]

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  11. byrd24
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    17280000 1440x100x120????

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  12. waterineyes
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    \(1440 \times 100 = ??\)

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  13. byrd24
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    144000

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  14. waterineyes
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    Now : \[\frac{144000}{120} = ??\]

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  15. waterineyes
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    Are those 4 you have written your answer choices ???

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  16. byrd24
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    yes

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  17. waterineyes
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    Then check for question properly they can't if this is your question..

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