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14. What is the decimal equivalent of 56%? A. .56 B. .0056 C. 5.60 D. .056
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User: 14. What is the decimal equivalent of 56%? A. .56 B. .0056 C. 5.60 D. .056

Weegy: The decimal equivalent of 56% is .56
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User: 15. A worker is paid $9.80 per hour, with time and a half for any hours over 40 per week. If he works 44 hours in a week, what will be his gross pay amount? A. $406.70 B. $392.00 C. $440.80 D. $450.80

Weegy: $450.80 will be his gross pay amount. *** First, calculate regular pay: $9.80 x 40 hours = $392 Then, [ calculate overtime pay $9.80 x 1.5 x 4 hours = $19.60 The total gross pay is $450.80 ]
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User: 16. Jim bought an $89 calculator discounted 25%. What did he pay for the calculator? A. $66.75 B. $72.50 C. $74.50 D. $75.50

Weegy: Jim bought an $89 calculator discounted 25%. He paid $66.75 for the calculator. x = $89 - ($89 * 25/100) ; x = $89 - ($89 * 0.25) x = $89 - $22.25 ; x = $66.75
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User: 17. Last week your weight was 205 pounds. After dieting all week, you realize a weight loss of 4%. How many pounds did you lose? A. 8.2 pounds B. 9.2 pounds C. 9.0 pounds D. 8.6 pounds

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Last week your weight was 205 pounds. After dieting all week, you realize a weight loss of 4%. Pounds lose= 205 *0.04 = 8.2 Pounds.
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