Algebra

Suppose A - D = E, that N= 16,000, E/A=.75, and N/E=.70. What is D/A?

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  1. E/A = 0.75
    Replace E with A-D:
    (A-D)/A = 0.75
    Multiply both sides by A:
    A-D = 0.75A
    A - 0.75A = D
    0.25A = D
    D/A = 0.25

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