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75

The I-75 and I-59 junction is almost exactly the halfway point between Nashville and Atlanta.

75 is an integer, not a fraction. As a decimal it is 75, exactly as in the question.

It is: 75

66

It is: 1.125

75

75

75 is.

It is: 75

75

87.5

75

The halfway point between 70 and 80 is (70 + 80) ÷ 2 = 75

The distance between 1 and .5 is (1 - .5)/2 which is .25. Add that to .5 to get the number halfway between the points: .5 + .25 = .75.So the point halfway between is .75 or 3/4.

62.5 is. It's also called the "average" of 50 and 75.

25 is 1/3 of 75... Because 75 can be divided by 25 exactly 3 times.

The answer to this problem is 75.

2/3 = 0.6667

Sissonville, WV

75 as a fraction is 75/1.

.75 as a fraction is 3/4

i think it is 75 over -100 but I'm not exactly shur... (=

Cordele, Georgia, on I-75 between Macon and Tifton

The halfway point between Birmingham, Alabama, and Pikeville, Kentucky, is Loudon, Tennessee, on I-75 just south of I-40.