William Turner - discussion - lecture week 1 - 3-6-11 - revised

# William Turner - discussion - lecture week 1 - 3-6-11 - revised

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William Turner [email protected] 610-844-7736 GM 400 Professor Weiss Problems taken from online discussion tab. Due 3-6-11. 1. Convert 4.0005% into a decimal. This equals: .040005 2. Convert 400.05% into an improper and a mixed fraction : See below. This equals: 4.0005 Mixed: 4 1/2000 (400.05 Move decimal 2 places to the left which = 4.0005, the Improper: 8001/2000 (400.05 Move decimal 2 places to the left = 4.0005, the 4 will be the whole number & .0005 becomes 5/10000 reduced to 1/2000 then * denominator 3. Convert 4.0555 into an improper and a mixed fraction. Mixed: 4 111/2000 (4.0555: 4 is your whole # & .0555 becomes 555/1000 reduced to 111/2000) Improper: 8111/2000 4. Evaluate 3/5 x 20/25 and simplify: * numerators: 3x20=60 & denominators: 5x25=125, which will equal: 60/125, then = .48 or 5 is the common # that will reduce to: 12/25 5. Evaluate 2 3/4 + 1 1/2 and simplify:

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## This note was uploaded on 06/03/2011 for the course MATH 400 taught by Professor Unknown during the Spring '11 term at Keller Graduate School of Management.

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