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What fraction is the same as 62/8? 1/8, 7 3/8, 8 1/4, Not Here, 7 5/8,
There are innumerable fractions that are the same as the above as follows... 62/8 = 31/4 = 128/ 16 = 256/32 ..... [ It goes on.... Generally, the equivalent ones can be obtained by multiplying or dividing the numerator and the denominator by the same value... i.e. say the value is 2 Then dividing the num and den by 2 leads to (62/2)/(8/2) = 31/4 and so on.... and the same goes for
multiplication too.... Hence there are innumerable equivalents for the above fraction.. ]
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User: What fraction is the same as 62/8? 1/8, 7 3/8, 8 1/4, Not Here, 7 5/8,

Weegy: There are innumerable fractions that are the same as the above as follows... 62/8 = 31/4 = 128/ 16 = 256/32 ..... [ It goes on.... Generally, the equivalent ones can be obtained by multiplying or dividing the numerator and the denominator by the same value... i.e. say the value is 2 Then dividing the num and den by 2 leads to (62/2)/(8/2) = 31/4 and so on.... and the same goes for multiplication too.... Hence there are innumerable equivalents for the above fraction.. ]
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User: If a customer buys 3 wallet-sized prints for $1.99 each (total price including tax), how much change will she get from a $20 bill.

Weegy: 3@1.99 each = 5.97; 20.00 - 5.97 = 14.03. The customer will receive $14.03 change.
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User: 3 1/3 x 3/8=

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User: What is the next number in the series? 1, 2, 4, 7, 11, 16, __ An answer is required

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The next number in the series 1, 2, 4, 7, 11, 16 is 22.
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