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okwa77

  • 2 years ago

0.64+ 4/25

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  1. MasterChief
    • 2 years ago
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    4/25= .16 .64+.16= .8

  2. MasterChief
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    Order of operations

  3. fond42518
    • 2 years ago
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    Well using PEMDAS, the division should be performed first, so it looks like this: \[4\div25=0.16\] Then, using that value, the equation would look like this: \[0.64+0.16\] The solution should be: \[0.\]

  4. fond42518
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    I mean the solution should be: \[0.8\]

  5. okwa77
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    now make 0.8 a fraction?

  6. okwa77
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    oh wait i got it. thanks (:

  7. MasterChief
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    It depends on what your teacher prefers, but I would make it a fraction. (4/5)

  8. fond42518
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    \[\frac{ 8 }{ 10 } or \frac{ 4 }{ ? }\]

  9. okwa77
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    online school. it's multiple choice.

  10. fond42518
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    \[\frac{ 8 }{ 10 } or \frac{ 4 }{ 5 }\]

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