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  1. anonymous
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    The first thing you have to do is make the denominators equal to each other so|dw:1433781826888:dw| becomes |dw:1433781891165:dw|

  2. anonymous
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    Now that your denominators are equal to each other, you can sort of disregard them for the time being, as we are only focused on the numerators and solving for x.

  3. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    2 choice x = 15

  4. anonymous
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    4 choice x = 94

  5. anonymous
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    |dw:1433782004534:dw|

  6. anonymous
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    can you solve that from there?

  7. anonymous
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    Oh my goodness sorry I messed up. http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=4%2F7+%3D+21%2F%28x+-+3%29

  8. anonymous
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    Oh wait never mind it's the third choice, sorry again. 39 3/4

  9. anonymous
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    3rd choice

  10. anonymous
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    can you help me on this Write the number as a percent. 0.31 (Points : 4) 0.31% 3.1% 31% 310%

  11. anonymous
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    and thank you

  12. anonymous
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    To change a decimal to a percent, simply move the decimal place over twice to the left and add a percent sign to the end :) and no problem

  13. anonymous
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    to the right*

  14. anonymous
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    31 percent

  15. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Im thinking C

  16. anonymous
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    so yes it is C

  17. anonymous
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    see I'm smaller than you @-thunderbuddys- and i can still help

  18. anonymous
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    lol ;)

  19. anonymous
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    49

  20. anonymous
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    x=49

  21. anonymous
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    Do you want explanations or just the answer?

  22. anonymous
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    What is 24% of 75? (Points : 4) 15 16.5 18 22.5

  23. anonymous
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    btw this is question 5 there is 12 all together

  24. anonymous
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    18 I think

  25. anonymous
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    To find the percent of something, change the percentage to a decimal (24% = .24) and multiply it to the number you want a percent of (75) so .24 * 75 = 18

  26. anonymous
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    ohhhhhhhh ok I was doing soo wrong

  27. anonymous
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    Well now you know :)

  28. anonymous
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    What's the next one?

  29. anonymous
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    Question 6 . Forty-two percent of what number is 168? (Points : 4) 40 70.6 400 705.6

  30. anonymous
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    good job @Johnvdb

  31. anonymous
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    So, same thing as the last one .42 * 168 = 70.56

  32. anonymous
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    or 70.6

  33. anonymous
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    wait wait wait no no

  34. anonymous
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    sorry i misread that

  35. anonymous
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    The Rodriquez family drove 115 miles on 5 gallons of gasoline. Which of the following equations can be used to find how far they can travel on a full tank of 18 gallons? (Points : 4) http://static.k12.com/eli/ecollege/1279/2_67655/2_43186_17_31628/d3e06791c090703379eceba02e117c6dd180b51c/media/a2ecbe321627e766405d30dbeadd7fda710b8a52/mediaasset_212818_1.gif

  36. anonymous
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    lol

  37. anonymous
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    what are the answer choices?

  38. anonymous
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    hey @__thunderbuddys__ this site may help on math problems you have mathway.com

  39. anonymous
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    That choice is incorrect, if you have gallons over miles on one side, you must have it set up the same way on the other side.

  40. anonymous
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    So it has to be 5/115 = 18/x or 115/5 = x/18

  41. anonymous
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    The ratio of two numbers is 5 to 3. The sum of the numbers is 16. What are the numbers? (Points : 4) 8 and 8 9 and 7 15 and 9 10 and 6

  42. anonymous
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    D

  43. anonymous
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    . In the spring, the height of a vine was 15 inches. In the fall, the height of the vine was 120 inches. What was the percent of increase? (Points : 4) 800% 700% 80% 70%

  44. anonymous
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    120/15 = 8 so 800%

  45. anonymous
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    What is 0.01% written as a decimal? (Points : 4) 0.0001 0.001 0.01 0.1

  46. anonymous
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    A

  47. anonymous
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    Is that all @__thunderbuddys__ ?

  48. anonymous
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    nooo

  49. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Then continue

  50. anonymous
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    Forty is what percent of 200? (Points : 4) 80% 40% 20% 5%

  51. anonymous
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    40/200 = .2 or 20%

  52. anonymous
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    Ruiz invests $550 at a simple interest rate of 4%. How much interest will he earn after 5 years? (Points : 4) $11 $110 $1100 $11,000 LAST QUESTIONS :)

  53. anonymous
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    QUESTION

  54. anonymous
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    550 * .04 * 5 = 110

  55. anonymous
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    same answer

  56. anonymous
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    110

  57. anonymous
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    TAHNK YOU SOO MUCH ^-^

  58. anonymous
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    lets see what I get :o

  59. anonymous
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    Your welcome I helped on some questions too!

  60. anonymous
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    12/12 OMG :O THANK YOUUUUUUUUUU

  61. anonymous
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    No Problemo :)

  62. anonymous
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    applause everyone!

  63. anonymous
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    wow 100% that is realy good

  64. anonymous
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    Congratulations @__thunderbuddys__ for getting a great score

  65. anonymous
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    Enjoy your 100% :)

  66. anonymous
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    Well and 30% of thanks to @Johnvdb and 20% of thanks to me because we both helped except @ Johnvbd did more!

  67. anonymous
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    We are the only ones that helped along the way.

  68. anonymous
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    Well I would gladly help again if anyone needs help

  69. anonymous
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    Yeah I think I'm going to change my username because I'm better at science

  70. anonymous
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    Well then go for it

  71. anonymous
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    How about sciencedude101?

  72. anonymous
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    Sounds brilliant

  73. anonymous
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    CAN WE DO ONE MORE QUIZ

  74. anonymous
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    Another?

  75. anonymous
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    Yes of course

  76. anonymous
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    Sorry but sciencedude101 is not good at math

  77. anonymous
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    Never mind I like my username and my dog reading math pic.

  78. anonymous
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    @__thunderbuddys__ what's the next quiz?

  79. anonymous
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    ONE SEC omg caps lol

  80. anonymous
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    only 3 questions

  81. anonymous
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    opps 5

  82. anonymous
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    What is the first consecutive odd integer that follows –7? (Points : 1) –9 –6 –5 –8

  83. anonymous
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    That is a strangely worded question

  84. anonymous
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    YAY! still 5 questions are a little bit

  85. anonymous
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    yeah

  86. anonymous
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    Well.. your guess is as good as mine, i would assume that by "follows" it means counting up towards and past 0 so... -6

  87. anonymous
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    If n is odd, which represents the first consecutive even integer after n? (Points : 1) n + 1 n + 2 2n 4n

  88. anonymous
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    A

  89. anonymous
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    Which equation has 2 solutions? (Points : 1) |w| = –2 |w| = –1 |w| = 0 |w| = 1

  90. anonymous
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    What are these questions... I would say A as my best guess

  91. anonymous
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    the rest?

  92. anonymous
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    Solve: 6|y| + 6 = 30 (Points : 1) {–6, 4} {–4, 4} {0}

  93. anonymous
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    opps

  94. anonymous
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    I'm not really sure what it's asking for. Can you send a picture of the question?

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