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64*15 divided by 56 rounded by precentage ( % 's ) help please urgent!!!

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    64 * 15 = 960

    960 / 56 = 17.1429

    17.1429 = 1714.29%

    Are you sure this is what you want?

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    64 times 15=64 times ten plus 64 times 5 or 640+320=960 divided by 56= 17.14285714286 you have to figure out the percentage part. maybe they mean 17 percent?

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    thanks : )

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