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## #1 2005-06-13 21:36:35

kianababy
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### hey

hey can any one help me with this
64-59.62x92=...................... and then you have to put it in to a decimal fraction and then times that by 111987 and try and keep it in to a decimal fraction as i say this is realy hard for me so plz help me thanx alot

## #2 2005-06-13 21:52:13

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### Re: hey

64-59.62x92 = 64-5485.04 (multiply before subtract) = -5421.04

As a decimal fraction this is:

4
-5421  ----
100

Multiplying by 111987 keeping as decimal fraction is:

-5421 * 111987 - (4/100) * 111987

= - 607081527 - 447948/100 =  - 607081527 - 4479 - 48/100 = - 607086006  48/100

(Is this really a problem given to you?)

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## #3 2005-06-13 23:45:23

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### Re: hey

I doubt it.

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## #4 2005-06-17 20:20:23

kiana baby1
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### Re: hey

yes it is a real problem for god sake wat is up with this forum you all seem so stuck up

## #5 2005-06-17 20:41:39

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### Re: hey

Sorry there, kiana, but "111987" looked like someone just jabbed the 1 a few times and then ran their fingers over a few more keys. Such an odd number.

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## #6 2005-06-23 06:49:43

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### Re: hey

indeed but when you you think about it aren't all numbers weird

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