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Find the product of 543.1187 and 100
The product of 543.1187 and 100 is 54311.87
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User: Subtract the quotient of 18 and 2 from the sum of 22 and 9

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Asked 3/31/2012 10:43:59 AM
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Subtract the quotient of 18 and 2 from the sum of 22 and 9:

18/2 = 9

22+9=31


31-9= 22
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Out of 400 people that was the news, WKOD is 13%, WCLM is 24%, WWCN is 41%, and WANR is 22%. How mant more people peferred WWCN than WANR?
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ANSWER: 76 people preferred WWCN than WANR

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Difference =WWCN-WANR
Difference =164 -88
Difference = 76

STATION=% VALUE
WKOD =13% = 52
WCLM =24% = 96
WWCN =41% = 164
WANR =22% = 88
TOTAL =100% = 400
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