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Change the fraction 3/4 to a percent. A. 75% B. 63% C. 34% D. 133%
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User: Change the fraction 3/4 to a percent. A. 75% B. 63% C. 34% D. 133%

Weegy: A. 75% = 3/4
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User: Change 12.39% to a decimal. A. 1.239 B. 0.1239 C. 123.9 D. 12.39

Weegy: A. 0.1239
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User: Kent worked in the housewares section of a department store. This year he set a record high for vacuum sales with 567 vacuums sold. The previous high was last year, when 540 vacuums were sold. What is the percent of increase in sales from last year to this year? A. 105% B. 50% C. 20% D. 5%







Weegy: Kent worked in the housewares section of a department store. This year he set a record high for vacuum sales with 567 vacuums sold. The previous high was last year, when 540 vacuums were sold. [ The percent of increase in sales from last year to this year is: 5% ***567 - 540 = 27 27 / 540 = .05 Answer = 5% ]
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User: Quinzel earns $1,254 each month. His total deductions are 20% of his pay. How much is deducted from his pay each month? A. $245.72 B. $627.20 C. $250.80 D. $62.70



Weegy: Quinzel earns $1,254 each month. His total deductions are 20% of his pay. [ $250.80 is deducted from his pay each month. ***1254 x 20/100 = $250.80 ]
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