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posted by Nonofyerbusiness .
A truck needs 7 gallons of fuel to travel 56 miles. Can the truck travel 48 miles with 6 gallons of fuel? Explain.
A:No; 7/56 and 48/6 are not proportional because 7 × 6 does not equal 48 × 56. .
B:Yes; 7/56 and 48/6 are proportional because 7 × 6 = 48 × 56.
C:No; 7/56 and 6/48 are not proportional because 7 × 48 does not equal6 × 56.
D:Yes; 7/56 and 6/48 are proportional because 7 × 48 = 6 × 56 .

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Ms. Sue
56/7 = 8
48/6 = ? 
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Kyana
On your birthday, you deposit $540.00 in an account that pays 6% interest, compounded annually. How much is in the account 3 years later? *

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pretty girlllllll
1,717.20
hope i helped Kyana 
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Anonymous
was it right noneofyourbusines
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