Each floor of a building is 12.4 feet tall. If the height of the building is 99.2 feet how many floors does the building have?

Each floor of a building is 12.4 feet tall. If the height of the building is 99.2 feet how many floors does the building have?

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A car with an odometer reading of 17,814.2 contains 11.2 gallons of gas. At an odometer reading of 18,096.4, the tank is empty and the car is filled with 12.4 gallons of gas. How many miles does the...

write 3+2 times 1/10+4 times 1/1000

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Put the set of decimal numbers that follows in order from least to greatest. Then show how children with the misconceptions just described would probably put the numbers in order. 3.3 ...

Let's let 1 small bead stand for 0.0001, or 1/10,000. Show simple drawings of bundled beads so that the way of organizing the beads corresponds to the way we write the following numbers: 0...

Each person participating in this activity needs a bunch of toothpicks or other small objects, such as coffee stirrers. Each person should have less than 100 toothpicks but enough so that they can't...

Use numbers to write eight and thirty-six hundredths.

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Square root of 2 1/4 , (1.2)^2 , square root of 2.56

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5.424 kg of butter is used to bake 12 cakes of equal size how much butter was used in each cake

6.15 x 10^3

This is for a prealgebra class that I am taking over the summer.

This is for an essay I have to do for math. Please respond quickly.

The decimal number 4372.254257 can be written as:

im not very good at math or working with fractions

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