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Find 1/2% of 350. Round to the nearest tenth if necessary. A) 1.5 B) 1.7 C) 1.9 D) 1.8
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anonymous
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Hi :D
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anonymous
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So the answer is 300

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anonymous
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it is not... solve what i put there
anonymous
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is that a 5
anonymous
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on top
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anonymous
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What i do first
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anonymous
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17.5?
anonymous
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no. try again
anonymous
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or 175?
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anonymous
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there is no way you can get more than 10 when u take 35/20....
anonymous
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7000
anonymous
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1.75 :)
anonymous
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Thank you!
anonymous
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so its 1.7 still right?
anonymous
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no.
anonymous
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is it 1.5
anonymous
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round to nearest tenth. 1-4 you round down. 5 - 9 you round up
anonymous
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so.. 1.5
anonymous
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so 1.75 the 5 is closer to 10 so you round up
anonymous
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that's correct, sorry just gave you the exact calculation. To your problem the answer is 1.8
anonymous
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Oo 1.8
anonymous
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On the map, the distance between Chicago and Evanston measures 0.625 in. What is the actual distance? The scale is 1 in.:18 mi. A) 11.5 mi B) 11.25 mi C) 11.35 mi D) 12.25 mi
anonymous
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cAN YOU HELP ME
anonymous
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Need help
anonymous
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11.35 mii is it C
anonymous
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Answer B. Just multiply 0.625 with 18
anonymous
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You sure O:
anonymous
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Possibly...
anonymous
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The actual length of a dust mite is 0.3 millimeters. The model length is 3 cm. What is the scale of the model? A) 100:1 B) 1: 100 C) 10:1 D) 1:10
anonymous
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How about this one
anonymous
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i tried 10:1 but i got it wrong
anonymous
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10:1 would give you 0.3 cm not millimeters
anonymous
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is it D 1: 10
anonymous
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sorry 10:1 would give 30 cm
anonymous
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Ok but is it 1 : 10
anonymous
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1:10 would give you 0.3 cm not millimeters
anonymous
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So witch one is it!
anonymous
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do the math
anonymous
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so 10 : 1 and 1 : 10 is not it
anonymous
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how old are you?
anonymous
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out of curiosity
anonymous
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so is it either a or b
anonymous
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9
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You there?
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Need help!
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mdlundo can you help me
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ellizab can you help me
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The actual length of a dust mite is 0.3 millimeters. The model length is 3 cm. What is the scale of the model? A) 100:1 B) 1: 100 C) 10:1 D) 1:10
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On this problem
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You there?
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need help
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Chris can you help me
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Not really sorry!!!
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I dont get this one!
anonymous
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Me neither...
anonymous
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Find the unit rate. Round to the nearest tenth if necessary. A machine seals 140 envelopes in 12 minutes. A) 11.7 envelopes per minute B) 11.5 envelopes per minute C) 10.5 envelopes per minute D) 11.67 envelopes per minute
anonymous
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can you help me on this one
anonymous
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Have you solved anything by yourself?
anonymous
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Yup
anonymous
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I jsut need help on this one
anonymous
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Btw if you are 9 you should be at school learning about this stuff and asking questions to your teachers :)
anonymous
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i solved this one and i got ti wrong
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I am a home schooler
anonymous
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i am in a sucky one
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i want to get in k12
anonymous
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learning from the internet? hahahha
anonymous
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They say that one is the best
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I have to i dont have proper teachers
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i think k9 is berer
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They are but holes
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better
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K9?
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whats that
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can you jsut help me on this one plz
anonymous
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police dogs... they do proper training there! you ll learn a lot!
anonymous
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This is the last one
anonymous
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Yeah cool
anonymous
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i guess its proper for you considering you are a dog
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anonymous
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Gah meanie
anonymous
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i guess so!
anonymous
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Whats this irkiz
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anonymous
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so 1 * 140
anonymous
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1x140 / 12
anonymous
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is it 11.6666666
anonymous
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yes
anonymous
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Do i round it so it be 11.7
anonymous
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yes
anonymous
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so the asnwer is 11.7

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