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I need help Please An employee worked 75.7hour and make $9.52per hour. How much money did the employee make. Round too Nearest Cents.

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  1. sue101
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    Just multiply the numbers 9.52 x 75.7

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  2. sue101
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    720.664 Round to the nearest send 720.66

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  3. MauriceLong
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    that gives you 720.664 how do i round off too nearest cents

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  4. nabizag
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    $720.66

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  5. MauriceLong
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    I get it now. Thanks for the help..

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  6. JamesR4494
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    720.66 is rounded to the nearest cents. You can't have 720$ and 664 cents but you can have 720$ and 66 cents

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  7. sue101
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    No problem! :)

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  8. summerd
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    9.52 * 75.7= $720.66 cents

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  9. MauriceLong
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    I have another problem can someone help me with

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  10. sue101
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    Sure!

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  11. MauriceLong
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    thanks sue.

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  12. sue101
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    No problem!

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  13. MauriceLong
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    |dw:1349416564162:dw|

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  14. sue101
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    First find a common denominator with the numbers between the parenthesis which is nine. so multiply 1/3 x 3/3 which equals 3/9 then add 3/9 + 1/9 = 4/9

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  15. nabizag
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    BIDMAS!

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  16. sue101
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    then divide (5/9) / (4/9)

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  17. sue101
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    oops I meant 5/4

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  18. sue101
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    2.8125

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  19. sue101
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    As a mixed fraction it would be....

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  20. MauriceLong
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    2 13/16

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  21. MauriceLong
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    Am I right

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  22. sue101
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    wait one second

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  23. MauriceLong
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    ok

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  24. nabizag
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    45/16

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  25. MauriceLong
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    thats the answer. How did you get that

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  26. sue101
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    yep its 2 13/16

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  27. sue101
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    good job maurice!

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  28. MauriceLong
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    thank you Sue.101 Isureley appreciate you helping me with learning how too do Algebra.

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  29. sue101
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    No problem I took algebra in college when I was 14 which was last year and took it twice in school and taking it currently so I know a lot :P

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  30. MauriceLong
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    can you help me on another one of theses fractions please

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    |dw:1349417237700:dw|

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  32. nabizag
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    I shall leave you guys to it, Sue is doing a fantastic job! :)

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  33. MauriceLong
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    ok Nabizag

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