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Comment from student: Thank you. so the answer is the sqare root of a squared + b squared.

Comment from student: I tried taking 100%-6.3% (and .063)to give me 93.7%. I'm not sure what I did with this after I got that. I tried dividing and also multiplying the .063% from the salary and I knew I didn't get the right number. (I was going to add that number to the current salary to get the previous salary. Sorry this is so confusing, but I'm so confused myself since I've been working on this for quite a long time and in so many different ways, I don't know why I'm not "getting" the solution I need. Thank you!

Comment from student: x+3y<=18 2x+y<=16 x>=0 y>=0 What are the coner points of each solution and in which quadrant would they be found Sorry about the CAPS Answer by solver91311(17058)

Comment from student: Sorry but my calculator won't let me type in two decimal points eg. 2.70.4. Any answer I come to is nothing like what I am guessing it will be so the calculation you gave me does not work on my calculator :S I guessed the answer would be about 75% with the 40/60% ratio percentage...but how can I get the exact answer? Can you show me again please?

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