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epicsalsa

  • 2 years ago

Find the percent increase or decrease from 65 to 120.

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  1. zordoloom
    • 2 years ago
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    What is (120-65)/65 ? This would be your answer.

  2. zordoloom
    • 2 years ago
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    Let me know what you get.

  3. epicsalsa
    • 2 years ago
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    I get bunch of numbers???

  4. epicsalsa
    • 2 years ago
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    A) 87.5% B) 65% C) 84.30% D) 84.62%

  5. campbell_st
    • 2 years ago
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    actually the answer you need is (120 - 65)/65 X 100 which will give the percentage increase...

  6. epicsalsa
    • 2 years ago
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    These are my options

  7. zordoloom
    • 2 years ago
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    IT would be the first two numbers, then there would be a decimal. and two more numbers.

  8. epicsalsa
    • 2 years ago
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    I picked D 84.62

  9. zordoloom
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    Looks good.

  10. epicsalsa
    • 2 years ago
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    i did the problem by and got this

  11. epicsalsa
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    so D is correct

  12. zordoloom
    • 2 years ago
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    Yes

  13. epicsalsa
    • 2 years ago
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    What is the new temperature if there is a 20% increase from a temperature of 35oC? A) 55oC B) 40oC C) 38oC D) 42oC

  14. epicsalsa
    • 2 years ago
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    can you help me on this one?

  15. epicsalsa
    • 2 years ago
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    That little o is not a number :D

  16. zordoloom
    • 2 years ago
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    What is 35 x 0.2 ?

  17. zordoloom
    • 2 years ago
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    Whatever you get, add that to 35.

  18. epicsalsa
    • 2 years ago
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    i got 7

  19. epicsalsa
    • 2 years ago
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    so 35 + 7

  20. zordoloom
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    Yep

  21. epicsalsa
    • 2 years ago
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    Ok

  22. epicsalsa
    • 2 years ago
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    can you help me on a few more please :D

  23. zordoloom
    • 2 years ago
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    Depends.

  24. zordoloom
    • 2 years ago
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    Go ahead.

  25. epicsalsa
    • 2 years ago
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    The cost of a dress is $120. If its cost is increased by 5%, what is the new cost? A) $ 180 B) $ 128 C) $ 126 D) $ 122

  26. epicsalsa
    • 2 years ago
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    i think it is 126

  27. zordoloom
    • 2 years ago
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    120 x .05 =?

  28. zordoloom
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    You are correct.

  29. zordoloom
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    It is 126

  30. epicsalsa
    • 2 years ago
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    Sweet

  31. epicsalsa
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    ok can you double check this one for me?

  32. epicsalsa
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    What is the new price of a refrigerator, if there is a 10% increase in the cost of a refrigerator which was originally priced at $550? A) $ 600 B) $ 605 C) $ 540 D) $ 610

  33. zordoloom
    • 2 years ago
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    What did you get?

  34. epicsalsa
    • 2 years ago
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    i got 605

  35. zordoloom
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    Yep

  36. epicsalsa
    • 2 years ago
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    ok sweet

  37. epicsalsa
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    can you dsouble check this one

  38. epicsalsa
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    The cost of a dress is $ 150. If its cost is increased by 10%, what is the new cost? A) $ 155 B) $ 165 C) $ 166 D) $ 160

  39. epicsalsa
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    i got 165

  40. zordoloom
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    Yep

  41. epicsalsa
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    Yay

  42. epicsalsa
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    Alright last one

  43. epicsalsa
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    What speed is a car traveling if there is a 15% decrease in the speed of a car whose original speed was 90 miles/hr. A) 76.50 miles/hr B) 70 miles/hr C) 88.50 miles/hr D) 78.90 miles/hr

  44. epicsalsa
    • 2 years ago
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    I cant figure this one out!

  45. zordoloom
    • 2 years ago
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    Instead of adding, you subtract.

  46. epicsalsa
    • 2 years ago
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    So hold on

  47. epicsalsa
    • 2 years ago
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    is it 76.5?

  48. epicsalsa
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    or 76.50?

  49. zordoloom
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    Yep. 76.50

  50. zordoloom
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    Same thing. 76.5 or 76.50

  51. epicsalsa
    • 2 years ago
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    Hey man

  52. epicsalsa
    • 2 years ago
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    or girl

  53. epicsalsa
    • 2 years ago
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    can you stick with me a little more please! ;D

  54. zordoloom
    • 2 years ago
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    It's man.

  55. epicsalsa
    • 2 years ago
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    Sorry didnt know you were a wpman or no O:

  56. zordoloom
    • 2 years ago
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    Lol.

  57. epicsalsa
    • 2 years ago
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    not*

  58. epicsalsa
    • 2 years ago
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    Need little bit more help

  59. zordoloom
    • 2 years ago
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    I'm free for an additional half hour. I'm waiting until the registration period opens.

  60. epicsalsa
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    The actual distance between North Chicago and Waukegan is 4 mi. What is the distance on the map? The scale is 1 in.:15 mi. A) 0.35 in. B) 0.21 in. C) 0.37 in. D) 0.27 in.

  61. epicsalsa
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    Sweet

  62. epicsalsa
    • 2 years ago
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    I think it it 0.27 in.

  63. zordoloom
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    That's correct.

  64. epicsalsa
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    blueprint for a house states that 2.5 inches equals 10 feet. If the length of a wall is 12 feet, how long is the wall in the blueprint? A) 3 inches B) 4 inches C) 4.5 inches D) 3.3 inches Ask for Hints you've used all your hints Watch Video LessonsTip: a pencil and paper could be useful

  65. epicsalsa
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    I am stumped on this one O:

  66. zordoloom
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    (2.5/10)x12=?

  67. epicsalsa
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    is it 3 inches?

  68. zordoloom
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    Yep

  69. epicsalsa
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    A scale model of a human heart is 16 ft long. The scale is 32:1. How many inches long is the actual heart that the model represents? A) 6 in. B) 5 in. C) 7 in. D) 4 in.

  70. epicsalsa
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    is it 6 inches

  71. zordoloom
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    Yep

  72. epicsalsa
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    This one is hard O:

  73. epicsalsa
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    you ready

  74. epicsalsa
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    http://www.tenmarks.com/tmbinary/binary/img/track/c28d0014-1b57-4f92-9e72-b77727d26bb0.JPG

  75. epicsalsa
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    Thats the image URL

  76. epicsalsa
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    Mr. Bean wants to install hardwood flooring in his son's bedroom. The flooring costs $56.50 per square yard. The blueprint below shows his house. What other information do you need in order to find the total cost of flooring?

  77. epicsalsa
    • 2 years ago
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    And this si the question

  78. epicsalsa
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    The Url

  79. zordoloom
    • 2 years ago
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    BRB

  80. epicsalsa
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    is the image the question is based on

  81. zordoloom
    • 2 years ago
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    Alright, I'm back. Give me a sec to look over the url.

  82. epicsalsa
    • 2 years ago
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    k

  83. zordoloom
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    So the question is asking what else is needed to find the price?

  84. zordoloom
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    oh, okay. You need to have the scale.

  85. epicsalsa
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    A) The length and widths of the adjoining rooms in the blueprint B) The total area of the blueprint C) The scale of inches in the blueprint to yards in the house D) The width of the den

  86. epicsalsa
    • 2 years ago
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    These are the options

  87. epicsalsa
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    is either c or d

  88. zordoloom
    • 2 years ago
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    C.

  89. epicsalsa
    • 2 years ago
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    Not doubting you why C?

  90. zordoloom
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    You need to have the scale. Look at the post right before you posted the choices.

  91. epicsalsa
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    The number of students at Franklin High School increased from 840 to 910 over a 5-year period. What was the percent of change? A) 9.22% B) 7.29% C) 8.33% D) 6.55%

  92. epicsalsa
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    Yeah true

  93. epicsalsa
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    I picked that one

  94. epicsalsa
    • 2 years ago
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    But how dow i solve this!

  95. epicsalsa
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    is it 8.33%

  96. zordoloom
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    Yep.

  97. zordoloom
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    (910-840)/840 x 100 =

  98. epicsalsa
    • 2 years ago
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    Ok sweet

  99. epicsalsa
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    Fish 5 y 20 40 Frogs x 8 16 z

  100. epicsalsa
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    Complete the table of equivalent fractions. Fish 5 y 20 40 Frogs x 8 16 z A) x = 8, y = 20, z = 30 B) x = 4, y = 10, z = 30 C) x = 4, y = 10, z = 32 D) x = 2, y = 10, z = 32

  101. epicsalsa
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    Sorry typo

  102. zordoloom
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    What?

  103. zordoloom
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    14 min left.

  104. epicsalsa
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    Ok

  105. epicsalsa
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    so witch one is it?

  106. zordoloom
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    What does this mean:????? Fish 5 y 20 40 Frogs x 8 16 z

  107. epicsalsa
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    Is a table

  108. epicsalsa
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    is like Fish: 5] y ]20 ]40 Frogs: x] 8 ]16] z

  109. epicsalsa
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    The rbackets repsent them beign speerate

  110. zordoloom
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    take a screen shot of it.

  111. epicsalsa
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    1 Attachment
  112. epicsalsa
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    There

  113. zordoloom
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    oh. x=4, y=10, z=32

  114. epicsalsa
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    You there

  115. zordoloom
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    7 min left

  116. epicsalsa
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    The cost of 5 oranges is $ 2. If Lara bought 15 oranges for $ 8, are these terms in proportion? A) The quantities are in proportion B) The quantities are not in proportion

  117. epicsalsa
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    how about this one

  118. zordoloom
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    b.

  119. epicsalsa
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    If there are 18 wheels, how many bicycles are there? A) 7 B) 8 C) 9 D) 10

  120. zordoloom
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    9

  121. epicsalsa
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    Find the fourth proportion to 7, 8, 14. A) 1 B) 16 C) None of the above

  122. epicsalsa
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    you there

  123. zordoloom
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    16

  124. epicsalsa
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    A skydiver jumps out of an airplane. After 0.5 seconds, she has fallen 75 feet. After 3.6 seconds, she has fallen 450 feet. Is the rate (in feet per second) at which she falls the first 75 feet proportional to the rate at which she falls the next 450 feet? A) Yes B) No

  125. epicsalsa
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    Just wanna say i appreciate what you are doing so much!

  126. zordoloom
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    b.

  127. epicsalsa
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    Forty percent of the students at ABC Middle School do not buy their lunch in the school cafeteria. If 360 students buy their lunch in the cafeteria, how many of the students do not buy their lunch in the cafeteria? A) 200 B) 210 C) 250 D) 240

  128. zordoloom
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    I got 2 go. Registration open in a few minutes. Give me 10 or so minutes. I'll help you then.

  129. epicsalsa
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    Ok come back soon :D

  130. zordoloom
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    Alright, that was faster than expected.

  131. epicsalsa
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    Yay

  132. epicsalsa
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    The price of a football decreases from $25 to $20. What is the percent decrease? A) 25% B) 20% C) 27% D) 10%

  133. zordoloom
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    Did you figure out the previous question?

  134. epicsalsa
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    Yup

  135. zordoloom
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    What is it?

  136. epicsalsa
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    I believe i put 250

  137. zordoloom
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    nope.

  138. zordoloom
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    it's 240

  139. epicsalsa
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    Well i got it right i jsut frogot XD

  140. zordoloom
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    anyways.....20%

  141. epicsalsa
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    Find the percent increase or decrease from 40 to 69. A) 74.3% B) 73.4% C) 72.5% D) 75.2%

  142. epicsalsa
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    is it 72.5

  143. zordoloom
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    Yes

  144. epicsalsa
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    it it O_o

  145. epicsalsa
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    is*

  146. epicsalsa
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    Are you there

  147. zordoloom
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    yes.

  148. zordoloom
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    and yes

  149. epicsalsa
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    Did i get it correct

  150. epicsalsa
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    so it is 72.5 :D

  151. zordoloom
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    yes. it's 72.5

  152. epicsalsa
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    What is the new temperature if there is a 20% increase from a temperature of 35oC? A) 55oC B) 40oC C) 38oC D) 42oC

  153. epicsalsa
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    Witch one O:

  154. epicsalsa
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    The cost of a skateboard decreases from $ 12 to $ 6. What is the percent decrease? A) 25% B) 50% C) 55% D) 56%

  155. epicsalsa
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    acttualy skip that one above

  156. zordoloom
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    ok

  157. epicsalsa
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    About the celcusuits

  158. epicsalsa
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    Just this new one

  159. zordoloom
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    ok, then the next one is 50%

  160. epicsalsa
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    Find the percent increase or decrease from 80 to 40. A) 40% B) 50% C) 55% D) 20%

  161. epicsalsa
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    Ok how dow i do this one

  162. zordoloom
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    50%

  163. epicsalsa
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    50 again?

  164. zordoloom
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    yep

  165. epicsalsa
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    not to doubt you O:

  166. zordoloom
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    wait.

  167. zordoloom
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    It is 50%

  168. epicsalsa
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    so the last question was 50 and this one is 50 right>?

  169. zordoloom
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    yes

  170. epicsalsa
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    An automobile dealer agrees to reduce the $ 10,500 price of a new car by 15% for a customer. What is the price of the car for the customer? A) $ 10,000 B) $ 8,000 C) $ 8,935 D) $ 8,925

  171. epicsalsa
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    Ok how about this one.

  172. zordoloom
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    D.

  173. epicsalsa
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    The cost of a shirt decreases from $ 13 to $ 8. What is the percent decrease? A) 29.90% B) 38.46% C) 38.33% D) 38.66%

  174. epicsalsa
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    Phew how about this one!

  175. zordoloom
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    A

  176. epicsalsa
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    Its says its wrong O:

  177. epicsalsa
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    On this question

  178. epicsalsa
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    You there

  179. zordoloom
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    Give me a sec. I'm trying to multitask and it's not really working.

  180. epicsalsa
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    Oh then forgive em then O:

  181. zordoloom
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    It's b.

  182. epicsalsa
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    can you help me on this one

  183. zordoloom
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    Go ahead.

  184. epicsalsa
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    Write a proportion that could be used to solve for the variable p. Then solve. 6 Earth-pounds equals 1 moon-pound 96 Earth-pounds equals p moon-pounds A) 6/1 = p/96; 16 B) 6/1 = 96/p; 16 C) 6/96 = 1/p; 14 D) 6/96 = 1/p; 18

  185. epicsalsa
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    By the way great help!

  186. zordoloom
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    It's B

  187. epicsalsa
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    The first, third, and fourth terms of a proportion are 3, 15, and 20 respectively. Find the second term. A) 7 B) 6 C) 5 D) 4

  188. epicsalsa
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    And this one

  189. zordoloom
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    D

  190. epicsalsa
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    D as 4?

  191. zordoloom
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    Yes.

  192. epicsalsa
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    Check if the ratios 6a : 10a and 18 : 40 are in proportion. A) Yes B) No

  193. epicsalsa
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    How about this one.

  194. zordoloom
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    no.

  195. zordoloom
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    b

  196. epicsalsa
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    Write and solve a proportion to find the quantity. 15 miles = __ kilometers A) 22.15 B) 23.25 C) 24.15 D) 25.25

  197. epicsalsa
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    And this one!

  198. zordoloom
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    C.

  199. epicsalsa
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    Alexander bought 6 postcards for $6.66. At this rate, how much would 18 postcards cost? A) $16.98 B) $15.98 C) $19.98 D) $29.98

  200. epicsalsa
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    Now dis one :D

  201. zordoloom
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    C

  202. epicsalsa
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    19.98?

  203. zordoloom
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    Yes.

  204. epicsalsa
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    C agaim

  205. epicsalsa
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    Ok

  206. epicsalsa
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    A shade of paint is made by mixing 3 parts red paint with 8 parts blue paint. If you mix 21 quarts of blue paint with 56 quarts of red paint, will you get the correct shade? A) Yes B) No

  207. epicsalsa
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    And this one?

  208. zordoloom
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    A, yes.

  209. epicsalsa
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    Find the value of b if 25 : b and 29 : 725 are equivalent. A) 625 B) 725 C) 729 D) 635

  210. epicsalsa
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    And this oene

  211. zordoloom
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    A,. 625.

  212. epicsalsa
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    The ratio between two quantities is 2 : 7. If the second quantity is 9.9 kg, find the first. A) 34.65 kg B) 2.83 kg C) 2.2 kg D) 2.92 kg

  213. zordoloom
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    Dang dude, how many questions do you have?

  214. epicsalsa
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    Ok how about dis one

  215. epicsalsa
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    to be honest

  216. epicsalsa
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    10 motr

  217. epicsalsa
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    i know its allot and i know you ot getting payed but iall i can say i appreciate you!

  218. zordoloom
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    Can you make a new post? this one is way too long.

  219. epicsalsa
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    Sure

  220. zordoloom
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    Best response?

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