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The decimal number 0.75 means: A. there are seven-and-a-half parts of a whole unit. B. that a whole unit consists of seventy-five parts. C. there are seventy-five parts of a whole unit that has 100 parts. D. seventy-five tenths of a whole unit
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User: The decimal number 0.75 means: A. there are seven-and-a-half parts of a whole unit. B. that a whole unit consists of seventy-five parts. C. there are seventy-five parts of a whole unit that has 100 parts. D. seventy-five tenths of a whole unit

Weegy: The decimal number 0.75 means: there are seventy-five parts of a whole unit that has 100 parts.
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User: If John had 6 apples and Nicole had twice as many, how many apples did the two have in total? A. 6 B. 24 C. 18 D. 12

Weegy: The answer is 18, Nicole had twice as many as John meaning she had 12. 12+6 =18
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User: The fraction 25/100 can be reduced to 5/20, a fraction having the same value, by dividing both the numbers 25 and 100 by: A. 25 B. 12 C. 10 D. 5

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The fraction 25/100 can be reduced to 5/20, a fraction having the same value, by dividing both the numbers 25 and 100 by: 5.
25/5=5; 100/5=20.
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