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  1. anonymous
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  2. Vocaloid
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    like I just said... (0.0645)*x = 1.6125 solve for x....

  3. anonymous
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    x=25

  4. Vocaloid
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    great

  5. anonymous
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    b?

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    @Vocaloid

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    yes..

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    Mindy conducted a survey of the phones in four stores and wrote the following observations: 5 of the 8 phones in Store 1 were smartphones 13 of the 22 phones in Store 2 were smartphones 22 of the 30 phones in Store 3 were smartphones 12 of the 25 phones in Store 4 were smartphones Based on the survey, which store had the greatest percentage of smart phones? Store 1 Store 2 Store 3 Store 4

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    divide (number of smart phones)/(total number of phones) for each store and see which one is biggest

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    i got c @Vocaloid

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    great

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    The number of pages that Allen, Kevin, Roneisha, and Ben can read in a day is shown below. Allen read 15% of his 56-page book. Kevin read 12% of his 64-page book. Roneisha read 16% of his 42-page book. Ben read 10% of his 72-page book. Who can read the greatest number of pages in a day? Kevin Allen Roneisha Ben

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    multiply (percent/100)*number of pages and see which one is biggest

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    i got b

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    great

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    Latavia purchased adult and child tickets for the fall festival. Tickets cost $14.88 for each adult and $8.88 for each child. Let x represent the number of adult tickets purchased and y represent the number of child tickets purchased. Write an expression to represent the total cost of the tickets Latavia purchased. ($14.88 + $8.88)(x + y) ($14.88 - $8.88)(x + y) $14.88y + $8.88x $14.88x + $8.88y

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    we've done one just like this earlier today

  19. Vocaloid
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    I need a break, tag someone if you need help

  20. anonymous
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    can we atleast finish this one please? @Vocaloid

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