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9 is 0.32% of what number?
9 is 0.32% of what number? The answer is 2,812.5
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User: Write 110% as a fraction and as a decimal.

User: 64 is what percent of 400?

User: 9 is 0.32% of what number?

Weegy: 9 is 0.32% of what number? The answer is 2,812.5
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User: An arrangement of flowers originally priced at $48.00 is marked down to $39.00. What is the percent of decrease, rounded to the nearest whole number?

Weegy: The markdown is $9. 9/48 * 100 = 18.75. Rounded to the nearest whole number, the percent of decrease is 19%.
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User: Due to an ice storm, the price of oranges increased from $0.69 a pound to $1.99 a pound from one year to the next. What is the percent of increase, rounded to the nearest tenth?

Weegy: The increase of the price is 72.5%
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User: What is the result when 114 is increased by 9.5%?

User: A spinner used for a game is divided into 4 sections: yellow, brown, red, and orange. The spinner is spun 50 times and lands on brown 18 times. What is the experimental probability that the spinner does NOT land on brown?





Weegy: A spinner used for a game is divided into 4 sections: yellow, brown, red, and orange. The spinner is spun 50 times and lands on brown 18 times.
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15 times the difference of 29 and a number is 225. Which equation below can be used to find the unknown number? A. 29-15n=225 B. 15(n-29)=225 C. 15(29-n)=225 D. (15)29-n=225
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15 times the difference of 29 and a number is 225 is C. 15(29-n)=225
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Ross chose a card at random from a deck of 52 cards. Ross replaced the card and then chose a second card. What is the probability that Ross chose a club and then the ace of spades?
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A new school randomly assigns a six-character student code to every prospective student. The school uses the characters 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, X, Y, and Z. If none of the student codes contain a repeated character, what is the total number of codes that can be randomly assigned?
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2/7 x - 19 > -1. This represents "Nineteen less than two-sevenths times a number is more than negative one."
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