# What is 11/16 as a decimal and percent

Answer: 0.6875 or 68.75% (69% if you round up)

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To answer 13 you have to convert the numbers there are 8 pints in a gallon so 64/8=8 so there are 8 gallons
For 14 you would do 64x9=576 and there are 12in in a foot so 576/12 so 48 ft and there are 3 feet in a yard so 48/3=16 so Devon need 16 yds of ribbon

Multiply.

1/6 x 5/7 = ?/?

The answer to this question is ×.
can't be simplified because there is no same number that can divide numerator and denominator.

The value of Maggie's car decreased by 25% since last year, when she bought it. If the car is now worth $14,000.00, how much was the car worth when she bought it ### Answers The answer is:$ 18,666. 67  .
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Explanation:
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− (0.25)x = 14000 ;  Solve for x.

1x
− (0.25)x = (0.75)x ;

(0.75)x = 14000 ;

Divide each side by: "(0.75)" ;
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x = 14000/(0.75) ;

x = 18666.6666666666666667
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18666.6666666666666667
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16. A clerk is marking up merchandise 28%The original price of an item is $499. What will be the retail price? ### Answers Step-by-step explanation: Original Price =$499

100% of something is the original price. when you mark something up, you are increasing the price. when the clerk marks up merchandise by 28%, they are increasing the price by 28%.

This means that the price is original + markup = 100 + 28 = 128%

Therefore, the retail price is

499 x 128% = \$638.72

A survey of 46 college athletes found that 24 played volleyball, while 22 played basketball. a) If we pick one athlete survey participant at random, what is the probability they play basketbali? b) If we pick 2 athletes at random (without replacement), what is the probability we get one volleyball player and one basketball player?

A)

B)

Step-by-step explanation:

A survey of 46 college athletes found that

• 24 played volleyball,

A) If we pick one athlete survey participant at random,  the probability they play basketball is

B) If we pick 2 athletes at random (without replacement),

• the probability we get one volleyball player is
• the probability we get another basketball player is (only 45 athletes left).

Thus, the probability we get one volleyball player and one basketball player is

What is 3.29 as a mixed number