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Quinzel earns $1,254 each month. His total deductions are 20% of his pay. How much is deducted from his pay each month? A. $62.70 B. $627.20 C. $245.72 D. $250.80
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User: Quinzel earns $1,254 each month. His total deductions are 20% of his pay. How much is deducted from his pay each month? A. $62.70 B. $627.20 C. $245.72 D. $250.80

Weegy: Quinzel earns $1,254 each month. His total deductions are 20% of his pay. So, $1254*0.20 = $250.80 is deducted from his pay each month.
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User: A ____ is a pair of equal ratios. A. decimal B. percent C. ratio D. proportion

Weegy: A proportion is a pair of equal ratios.
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User: Complete the following equation using <, >, or = 100% ___ 1 A. = B. > C. <

Weegy: 100%=1.
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User: What are the extremes of the following proportion? 3 15 = 12 60 A. 15 and 12 B. 3 and 15 C. 3 and 60 D. 12 and 60

Weegy: The extremes of the proportion 3/15 = 12/60 are 3 and 60.
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User: How else can the ratio 4 5 be written? A. 5 4 B. .2 C. 4:5 D. 5:4

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The ratio 4/5 can be written as 4:5.
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3:4 = 9:12 expresses a true proportion.

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