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$10000 x 10% x (90/365)

don't know what to do with the number in the brackets

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    Simplify the fraction to 18/73. Then multiply it by the other numbers. Note that you need to change 10% to a decimal >> 0.1

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    Thanks but I still don't understand. can someone do a sample for me, thanks

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