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write as a decimal:147.5%
The answer is .625. You can find this by dividing 5 by 8 in a calculator or by doing long division (5/8)
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147.5% = 147.5/100 = 1.475
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place the following in order from smallest to largest , .572,4/7,.562,287/499,.5719
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5 (3.6y + 6.05) = 18y + 30.25
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