A family spends 1 10 of its annual income for housing, 1 4 for food and clothing, 1 5 for general expenses, and 2 15 for entertainment. What fractional part of their income is spent on these items altogether?

A family spends 1/10 of its annual income for housing, 1/4 for food and clothing, 1/5 for general expenses, and 2 /15 for entertainment. Fraction part of income spend = 1/10 + 1/4+ 1/5 +2/15 = (6+15+12+4)/60 = 41/60.

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A family spends 1/10 of its annual income for housing, 1/4 for food and clothing, 1/5 for general expenses, and 2 /15 for entertainment. Fraction part of income spend = 1/10 + 1/4+ 1/5 +2/15 = (6+15+12+4)/60 = 41/60.

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What's the sum of 1,015 and 119 **Weegy:** 1,015 + 119 = 1134 **User:** Select the proper inverse operation to check the answer to 14 + 17 = 31.
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Updated 10/9/2018 9:19:16 AM

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The proper inverse operation to check the answer to 14 + 17 = 31 is 31 - 17 = 14.

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What is the position of 7 in the number 876,543?
**Weegy:** 70 thousands is the position of 7 in the number 876,543. **User:** What's the product of 713 and 82?
**Weegy:** The product of 713 and 82 is 713 * 82 = 58,466 **User:** At the end of the year, a library reported 32 books lost or stolen and 24 books were sent out for repair. If the library originally had 1,219 books, how many were left on the shelves or in circulation?
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The position of 7 in the number 876,543 is in the ten-thousands place.

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If the library originally had 1,219 books, 1,163 were left on the shelves or in circulation.

Sol: 1,219 books - 32 books - 24 books = 1187 - 24 = 1163

Sol: 1,219 books - 32 books - 24 books = 1187 - 24 = 1163

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4 ÷ 5 can be written as a fraction represented by which of the following?
**Weegy:** 4 ? 5 can be written as a fraction represented by 4/5.
**User:** Compare 1 2 with 3 4 using ( , =).
**Weegy:** 1/2**User:** Select the proper order from least to greatest for 2 3 , 7 6 , 1 8 , 9 10 .
**Weegy:** 1/8, 2/3, 9/10, 7/6, is the correct order. **User:** Which of the following is a mixed number?
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2 1/2 is a mixed number.

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9 11 = 22
**Weegy:** 9/11= x/22; **User:** Which fraction has a value that's equal to 7 8?
**Weegy:** 12/16 has a value that's equal to 3/4.
**User:** Which fraction has a value that's equal to 7 8?
**Weegy:** 12/16 has a value that's equal to 3/4.
**User:** John had 2 3 of his homework complete, Sarah had 5 10, Alex 7 8, and Michelle 1 2. Who completed the most of the homework assignment?
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John had 2/3 of his homework complete, Sarah had 5/10, Alex 7/8, and Michelle 1/2. Alex completed the most of the homework assignment.

John: 0.67

Sarah: 0.50

Michelle: 0.50

Alex: 0.88

John: 0.67

Sarah: 0.50

Michelle: 0.50

Alex: 0.88

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There are two pizzas. Conor ate 1 4 of a pizza, Brandon 2 8, Tyler 3 4, and Audrey 4 8. Who ate the most of the two pizzas?

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Updated 10/9/2018 10:25:30 AM

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Conor ate 1/4 = 0.25, Brandon= 2/8 = 1/4 =0.25, Tyler 3/4 = 0.75 , Audrey 4/8 =1/2 =0.50 Tyler ate the most of the two pizzas.

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