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To calculate a 15% tip on a $24 bill a customer adds $2.40 and half of $2.40, or $1.20, to get $3.60. Is this method valid? Why or why not?
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To calculate a 15% tip on a $24 bill a customer adds $2.40 and half of $2.40, or $1.20, to get $3.60. Is this method valid? Why or why not?
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convert the following fractions to percentages 15/16 and 2/9 **Weegy:** 15/16 = 93,75% and 2/9 = 22,22% (More)

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convert the following fractions to percentages 15/16 and 2/9
**Weegy:** 15/16 = 94%....2/9 = 22% (More)

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Economists speak of 200% galloping inflation and an athlete speaks of putting in 110% effort. What do these statements mean? Do you think this method is relevant in your work and studies? Give examples.
**Weegy:** The 1st statement appears to be irrelevant in terms of work and study habits but the 2nd, putting in 110 % effort certainly applies. (More)

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