What is the answer to this algrebra problem?
asked Oct 29, 2011 in Algebra 1 Answers by anonymous

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0.15 = (150.000/2,500,000)(2,500,000/x)

note that the 2,500,000 in numerator and denominator cancel out to make 1.

0.15 = 150,000/x

x = 150,000/0.15

x = 1,000,000
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