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Martin Luther King, Jr.: Solutions

  1. 19 years old
  2. In 1999 he would be 70 years old.
  3. 39 years old
  4. 6 years
  5. 7 years
  6. 3 weeks, 2 days
  7. 5 years, 3 months; 163,000 more
  8. If students calculate 72 out of 600 the fraction is 259/300. If students calculate 74 out of 600 the fraction is 43/50.
    600:25,000=3:125
  9. earliest:15th; latest:22nd

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