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The speed limit was 25 and you were going 52?

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2009-02-05 01:19:04
2009-02-05 01:19:04

well, let's say you were going to fast. Depending in state you are in, 80mph or 20mph over the speed limit is charged with reckless driving in VA. It is a Class 1 Misdemeanor. The charges may be 12 months in jail, up to a $2,500 fine, and a possible loss of your Virginia driving privilege for up to six months.

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52% = 52/100 = 13/2552% = 52/100 = 13/2552% = 52/100 = 13/2552% = 52/100 = 13/25


52/25 = 52 ÷ 25 = 2.08


If you want 52 minus 25% of 52, then multiply 52 by .25 and subtract the result from 52.


25% of $52.00= 25% * 52= 0.25 * 52= $13.00


52*8*25 = 52*(8*25) = 52*[2*(4*25)] = (52*2)*(4*25) = 104*100 = 10400


25 = 52225 = 32 x 52GCF = 52 = 25


25%=1/4, so your answer is 1/4 of 52 + 52. 52/4=13. 52+13=65. So 25% more than 52 is 65. (This answer should be true as long as either I didn't make a mistake, or the 25% is 25% of 52 and not another number.)



1805 + 25 + 52 = 1,882


25%=0.25 52*0.25= 13 so; 52-13=39


52 + 52 = 25 + 25 = 50


65 is 25% more than 52.



The age limit for NO-Xplode, if you read the warnings on it. The limit is ages 18-52.


The B-52 had a maximum speed of about 650 mph.


52% as a fraction is 13/25 in its lowest terms. This is because 52% is equal to 0.52 which as a fraction is 52/100 which reduces to 13/25.


the LCM is 1 * * * * * LCM(52, 25, 4) = 1300


Factors of 25: 1, 5, 25Factors of 39: 1, 3, 13, 39Factors of 52: 1, 2, 4, 13, 26, 52GCF (25, 39, 52) = 1


52/100 , 26/50, 13/25 so, 13 ----- 25


25 plus 52 plus 15 is equal to 92.


Adding 25% of 52 onto itself - would give the answer 65.


The least common multiple of the numbers 52 and 25 is 1,300.



13 is what percent of 52:= 13 / 52= 0.25= 25%




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