yes. if you have 2 oranges and 3 apples, it's the same thing. it's like doing 3 + 4, or doing 4 + 3. it's the exact same both ways. however, if you're ratio's are 2 different comparisons, than no.
the distance between (7, -6) and (-3, -9) is about 10.44.
plug the points into the formula to solve.
the percentage of loss is 43%.step-by-step explanation:
the first price was $210,000. he sold it for $120,000. first, we need to count how much money did he lost. we do it simply by 210,000-120,000 = 90 000. then, we need to find out, what is 1% of the first price. we get it, if we divide 210,000/100 = $2100 now, we divide the money he lost by one percent of the first price. 90,000/2100 = 42,85714 %. we round that to 43%. his percentage of loss is 43%.
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