In 2013, the population of Detroit was 743,204. The population of the city of Detroit in the year 1970 was 688,701 greater than in 2013. What was the total population of Detroit in 1970?

In 2013, the population of Detroit was 743,204. The population of the city of Detroit in the year 1970 was 688,701 greater than in 2013. The total population of Detroit in 1970 was: 743,204 + 688,701 = 1431905

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In 2013, the population of Detroit was 743,204. The population of the city of Detroit in the year 1970 was 688,701 greater than in 2013. The total population of Detroit in 1970 was: 743,204 + 688,701 = 1431905

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4 15 of the 315 members of a book club are male. How many female members are there in the club?
A. 174
B. 231
C. 131
D. 84 **Weegy:** If 4/15 of the members are male, that means 11/15 of the members are female. 315*11/15 = 231. Therefore the number of females in the club is: D. 231. **User:** 7 1 5 – 6 2 5 = ? **Weegy:** 7 1/5 ? 6 2/5 = 4/5 **User:** What's the difference between 1261 4 and 78 2 3? (More)

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The difference between 126 1/4 and 78 2/3 is 47 7 /12;

126 1/4 - 78 2/3 = 505/4 - 236/3 = (505*3 - 236*4)/12 = 1515 - 944 /12 = 571 /12 = 47 7 /12

126 1/4 - 78 2/3 = 505/4 - 236/3 = (505*3 - 236*4)/12 = 1515 - 944 /12 = 571 /12 = 47 7 /12

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In a booster club, 1 8 of the 128 members are men. How many male members are in the club?
A. 112
B. 16
C. 64
D. 1 **Weegy:** In a booster club, 1/8 of the 128 members are men....There are 16 male members in the club. (128*1/8=16) **User:** Which of the following pairs of numbers contains like fractions?
A. 3 2 and 2 3
B. 5 6 and 10 12
C. 3 1 2 and 4 4 4
D. 6 7 and 1 5 7 (More)

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6/7 and 1 5/7 pairs of numbers contains like fractions. 1 5/7 = 12/7 , 6/7 and 12/7 are like fractions.

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Select the proper order from least to greatest for 2 3 , 7 6 , 1 8 , 9 10 .
A. 2 3 , 9 10 , 7 6 , 1 8 .
B. 1 8 , 9 10 , 7 6 , 2 3 .
C. 7 6 , 9 10 , 2 3 , 1 8 .
D. 1 8 , 2 3 , 9 10 , 7 6 . **Weegy:** 1/8, 2/3, 9/10, 7/6, is the correct order. **User:** 15 ÷ 6 2 3 =
A. 2 1 4
B. 2 3 4
C. 100 1 4
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Updated 7/15/2019 8:00:50 AM

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15 ÷ 6 2/3

= 15 ÷ 20/3

= 15 * 3/20

= 45/20

= 2 5/20

= 2 1/4

= 15 ÷ 20/3

= 15 * 3/20

= 45/20

= 2 5/20

= 2 1/4

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15 ÷ 6 2 3 =
**Weegy:** 15 ? 6 2/3
= 15 + 20/3
= 65/3
= 21 2/3 **User:** . Jane is making a suit which requires 2 5 8 yards for the jacket and 1 3 4 yards for the skirt. What's the total amount of material she needs?
A. 3 2 3 yards
B. 4 yards
C. 3 1 2 yards
D. 4 3 8 yards (More)

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Updated 4/30/2020 10:04:45 PM

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Jane is making a suit which requires 2 5/8 yards for the jacket and 1 3/4 yards for the skirt. The total amount of material she needs is 4 3/8 yards. Total material needed = 2 5/8 + 1 3/4 = 21/8 +7/4 = (21+14) / 8 = 35 /8 = 4 3/8.

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Multiply 6 5 × 25 24 .
A. 4 5
B. 5 4
C. 125 144
D. 144 125 **Weegy:** 6/5 ? 25/24 = ( 6*5*5) / (5*4*6) = 5/4 **User:** Divide 7 15 by 3 5 .
A. 7 9
B. 75 21
C. 7 25
D. 21 75 **Weegy:** (7/15)/(3/5) is equal to: 7/9
**User:** What's the product of 3 2 3 and 14 2 5 ?
A. 54
B. 52 4 5
C. 42 4 5
D. 52 4 15 (More)

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Updated 4/30/2020 10:09:09 PM

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The product of 3 2/3 and 14 2/5 is 11/3 * 72/5 = 264/5 = 52 4/5.

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