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about 7 tenths of the us population in 1991 believed saying 175,104,000 to be true. what was the population?

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if 175,104,000 is 7/10 of the population - what would 100% of the population be?

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0.7x = 175,104,000

x = 175,104,000/0.7

x = 250,148,571.429 = 250,148,571

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