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One-ninth of Polymer Plastics sales are made in New England. If New England sales amount to $600,000, what are the total sales of the company? (Points : 2)
Weegy: 1/9 0f polymer plastics sales are in in New England. If New England sales amount to $600,000: total sales of the company are $5,400,000. 1/9x=600,000; x=600,000*9; x=5,400,000. (More)
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Choose the best way to represent the following statement as a numerical expression: 15 less than one-ninth of P. (Points : 2) 15 – ?9 P ?9 P – 15 ?9 (P – 15)
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