2 * 1/4 is or equals 1/2 or 2 times 1/4 equals 1/2.
Are the following correct to re-word or to express the same calculation?
1. 1/2 is two times larger than 1/4
2. 1/2 is two times the size...
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2 * 1/4 is or equals 1/2 or 2 times 1/4 equals 1/2.
Are the following correct to re-word or to express the same calculation?
1. 1/2 is two times larger than 1/4
2. 1/2 is two times the size...
Would the following be correct? I want to see the (P + rP) or r(P + P) parts of the calculation used.
Year------------Balance
Now ------------P
1 ---------------P + rP
2---------------(P +...
According to the information on compound interest at the following URL: http://www.moneychimp.com/articles/finworks/fmfutval.htm
"To find a formula for future value, We'll write P for your...
I want to thank you for the reply:
The word "per" makes it easier for me to determine the answer. Since the forward slash would indicate "per," I would interpret 42 mills on or per $1.00 as 42...
Does "on" as it is used below have the meaning of per?
Express a tax rate of 42 mills on $1.00 as a rate on $1000.00
Would it indicate the following: ...42 mills per $1.00 and ... as a rate per...
How are non-solidus fractions (fractions where the numerator and denominator are placed left and right of a slash mark) typed on this question-posting area? I have seen answers with fractions to...
Thanks for bringing that error to my attention! I'll proof read more carefully in the future.
I want to thank you for the reply. It helped me to understand how to make reciprocals of fractions.
An example: (5/7)/(7/8) becomes (7/8)/(5/7) because (5/7)/(7/8) times its reciprocal...
I believe that my reciprocal examples are incorrect. They should be 5/(3/4), 1/(9/10), and (7/5)/(5/7). tkhunny provided an excellent example that helped my see how to make the reciprocal of these...
I have tried to correct my examples. Are theses now correct? 5/(3/4) 1/(9/10), and (8/7)/(5/7)
Can you explain again using numbers and not letters? Can you correct my examples if they are incorrect?
What is the inverses or reciprocals of the following complex fractions?
(3/4)/5, (9/10)/1, and (5/7)/(7/8)
Are these correct? 5/(4/3), 1/(10/9), and (8/7)/(7/5)
How does $100.00 equal percent? I have not ever seen $%!
In the following context or example, I think it makes good sense to use "1" as a denominator. For example, express a decimal rate of 0.0625 as a dollar rate per $100. One solution would be as...
I want to thank you for the reply! There is no particular reason or context for my using 0.5/1. I am just curious to know whether or not it is correct to use decimals with whole number...
Is it mathematically correct to have a decimal as a numerator and one (1) as a denominator as in 0.5/1?
I think that it is correct because of complex fractions. For example, (1/2)/(2/3) uses...
I want to thank you for the reply, but to me what you have explained is no difference than a regular $5.00 bet. If I bet $5.00 that some occurrence or situation will occur as I think, I get the...
Thanks for the reply and explanation: This is how I understand the bet. If I win, I get the $10.00 from the other person making the bet. He loses $10.00 If I lose, I give the person making the bet...
"...if you win, I'll give you ten, else you give me five..." If I lose, I lose $5.00. If I win, I get $10.00, but keep my $5.00. This explanation appears to indicate that $15.00 is evolved in the...
I want to thank you for the reply! I am confused. Is there a difference from what you indicated and what Denis has indicated? There seems to be a contradiction here in the explanations.
What does the following indicate?
$5.00 will get you $10.00 if she is late again for work.
I know that it pertains to betting or gambling.
I had no intentions to create such a hullabaloo with my questions. I will not post and additional questions related to those seen here under this category. I was simply looking a better reply than...
Does your reply indicate that either one is correct?
I have not yet received a reason to use one or the other. I apologize for the duplicate posting if this is what you are concerned about!
The quarterly dividend on one share of stock is $0.62 per share.
Which is more logical or recommended and why?
1. $0.62/(share/quarter)
2. $0.62/(quarter/share)