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Which European country did NOT try to stake its claims to the colony of Georgia? A. England B. France C. Spain D. Portugal
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70 11/17 a. improper fraction b. mixed number c. proper fraction
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70 11/17 is a mixed number .
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70 11/17 = 1201/17 = 70.64

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