# what is 15 percent off of 77.37 dollars?

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### Answered:What percent of\$4500.00 is \$283.15

\$283.15/\$4500.00 * 100 = 6.3% ======

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### Answered:Dave Undis. Hello. I was wondering if you still by dollar bills that have

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5/9 = 0.5555555556 * 100 = 55. and all that repeating nonsense, so.... 55.5 Percents are usually restrained in thus case to two integers, so... 56% ====

### Answered:GE vacuum breaker 15 KV, VBH 13.8-1500, rated anp 3500

This component is fairly common at substations and independent power generation facilities. The vacuum chamber increases the life of the contacts remarkably although NEC requires a monthly check of vacuum and test cycle where the continuous load exceeds 70% of rated.

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### How much in total dollar amount did Us citizens pay the IRS in 2012?

I sure got hit hard but I ain't seen one bit of good back from it. Taxes busted every body out here, no body has a dime to spare to fix up the house, if you got an old car you just run it till it conks out, and then you get hit real hard again on tax when you are out of a job! Thanks a heap, Dems ...

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### How do you change a stag 2T ar 15 into fully auto

If you do you will go to jail. Some states allow full auto but you have to jump through a lot of NFA tape and money to get cleared.

### Some say that dollar is about to collapse because of the enormous debt US

This may help you decide. A nation's paper currency is actually a promissory note. The nation guarantees it will redeem that note for something of value, perhaps gold or silver if the currency has a "hard" base. If the currency is based on goods and services provided, the issuing nation ...

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