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 More than half of the people said... 2013-08-26 From Lucy:Hi, The question is: Samoa 23% Brazil 41% Sri Lanka 52% Senegal 39% Armenia 37% Croatia 20% Why is the following statement true for the data above: More than half of the people said they were interested in Sri Lanka. The reason I don't understand the problem is that because the percentages add up to be greater than 100%, that means that the 500 people(as stated in the question) who participated in the survey got to pick more than once. Therefore, it is not 52% out of 100% anymore. Thanks for taking the time to answer my question.Answered by Robert Dawson. 4 linear equations with 3 unknowns 2013-04-12 From Marian:how to solve for 3 unknowns in 4 simultaneous equationsAnswered by Penny Nom. Adding more than 2 fractions 2012-09-10 From Anonymous:How do you add or subtract more than 2 integer fractions? OK, here is an example. -5/6 + 7/4 + 13/8 Please tell me the steps. Thanks- grade 9 studentAnswered by Robert Dawson and Penny Nom. An infinite number of solutions 2009-03-24 From Sean:this is a linear equations problem; first: 3535.5 + Fbd (.866) + Fbc (.5) - Fab (.5) = 0 and -3535.5 - Fab (.866) - Fbc (.5) - Fbd (.5) = 0Answered by Harley Weston. 4 times as many or 4 times more? 2009-02-02 From Jackie:Given : Here are 3 squares and 4 sets of 3 circles. I wonder it is right to write in the below manner to represent the following Conclusion that can be made from the above given information: There are 4 times as many circles as there are squares, There are 4 times fewer square than circles; There are 4 times more circles than squares. ... JackieAnswered by Robert Dawson.

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