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ktlyn9 Group Title

86 is 45% of what number? (1 point)

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  1. math_proof Group Title
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    86=.45x, solve for x

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  2. JayDS Group Title
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    \[86 \times \frac{45}{100} = ?\] the question mark will be ur answer.

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  3. math_proof Group Title
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    JayDS you are wrong

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    @math_proof you are wrong, have u even tried ur method?

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  5. ktlyn9 Group Title
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    Ok who's is wrong and who's is right???

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  6. JayDS Group Title
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    using ur method u will get the answer to be 191.11111 which is impossible and 100% wrong.

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    trust me @ktlyn9 I am right.

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    I can guarantee it, you can even ask others to come and check if you do not believe.

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    Ok..I see what u mean. Thanks.

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  10. math_proof Group Title
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    191.11111 then when you multiply it by .45 = 86:p

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    JayDS why would you multiply 86 x .45? lol it doesn't make any sense

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    86 is bla bla bla means 86= to something (is always means equal) and even reading further it says 45% of what number which means .45 * some number

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    ok, I cannot explain your "Wrong method" to you but lets think logically 45% of something? we want 45% of 86 and 50% would be just half of it so 43, do u get this? so say u are correct, we use ur method then and we get the number to be 191.111 how the hell is that possible?

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    191.111 = more than 200% of 86.

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    i know the answer is stupid but thats the correct answer :)

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    JayDS uuu are sooo wrong:p

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    u can google that :p to find an answer:p

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    @math_proof u have been wrong many times before and you clearly have no logic behind ur answer, anyone would laugh if u told them ur answer to this question.

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    whatever @math_proof said isnt even a choice....

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  20. math_proof Group Title
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    what are the choices?

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    JayDS google it, and don't says something you don't know about me

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    @ktlyn9 what are the choices?

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    86 = 0.45n n = 0.45 × 86 0.45 = n × 86 86 = 45n @math_proof

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  24. math_proof Group Title
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    @ktlyn9 why did you say there is no answer like mine? as there is one like mine

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  25. ktlyn9 Group Title
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    What one is it? you said like 1119 or something!

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    Oh....I see it...oops. my fault xD

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