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A certain alloy contains 14.25% nickel. How much nickel is there in a piece weighing 375 pounds? Round your answer to the nearest hundredth.        A. 53.44 pounds   B. 78.92 pounds   C. 12.24 pounds   D. 112.49 pounds
A certain alloy contains 14.25% nickel. Therefore, there is 53.44 pounds nickel in a piece weighing 375 pounds. Solution: 375 * .1425 = 53.44 (answer)
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A certain alloy contains 14.25% nickel. Therefore, there is 53.44 pounds nickel in a piece weighing 375 pounds.
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375 * .1425 = 53.44 (answer)
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