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i have looked all over the web using yahoo, google, and mywebsearch engines for this album/cd. i have only seen references to the title and other albums but not this particular album...PLEASE HELP ME!
i have looked all over the web using yahoo, mywebsearch, and google... also looked at amazon, bizrate, and others well known and NOT. PLEASE HELP ME!!!!!!!!!

June 16, 2019 / By Lexus

Try Waterloo Records in Austin, TX. They don't have it in stock right nw, but if you keep checking, they may get it. http://www.waterloorecords.com/ Another possibility is Cheapo Discs in Austin. I'm pretty sure they don't have an online inventory, but they might be willing to check stock for you. http://www.cheapotexas.com/ Amoeba Music in CA might have it, but I have not idea how to find out. There's a possibility you could call the stores and ask, but I don't know if their inventory is computerized at all. http://www.amoeba.com/ Shame Djangos is gone, but it was sorta brought back to life as Everyday Music in Portland, OR. Can't hurt to try... http://www.everydaymusic.com/ And you can always keep checking Half.com in case some individual lists a copy for sale. http://search.half.ebay.com/jose-jimenez_W0QQmZmusic Happy Hunting!

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Try Waterloo Records in Austin, TX. They don't have it in stock right nw, but if you keep checking, they may get it. http://www.waterloorecords.com/ Another possibility is Cheapo Discs in Austin. I'm pretty sure they don't have an online inventory, but they might be willing to check stock for you. http://www.cheapotexas.com/ Amoeba Music in CA might have it, but I have not idea how to find out. There's a possibility you could call the stores and ask, but I don't know if their inventory is computerized at all. http://www.amoeba.com/ Shame Djangos is gone, but it was sorta brought back to life as Everyday Music in Portland, OR. Can't hurt to try... http://www.everydaymusic.com/ And you can always keep checking Half.com in case some individual lists a copy for sale. http://search.half.ebay.com/jose-jimenez_W0QQmZmusic Happy Hunting!

Get a ruler in your hands. Measure things until you start to understand how a ruler works. Measure some stuff and figure out where the center is. Say you measure a book and it's 7/8" thick. You look at your ruler and see that every eighth is divided into two sixteenths, so obviously half of 7/8" is going to be 7/16". If you write that out you have 1/2 x 7/8 = 7/16. And you notice that 1/2 is divided into 2/4 and then into 4/8 and so on, so you can convert anything to anything by multiplying all the numbers on top and then all the numbers on bottom. Other rulers are divided into 10 and 100 parts. But an inch is still and inch, so anything on one ruler can be translated to the other ruler. A half inch on one ruler is 5/10 or 50/100 on the other. An eighth inch is just 12.5 marks when you have 100 marks per inch. A metric ruler divides an inch into 25.4 parts, so a half inch would be 12.7 of those parts. Pretty simple, isn't it? Practice this a bit and people will think you went to wizard school. Percent is simply a ruler with 100 marks. The only confusion is trying to keep track of what the marks represent. You are given that 100 marks are worth 20 throws so each mark is worth 0.2 throw and 65 marks are worth 13 throws. That is 13/20 x 100% = 65% Then you switch rulers. 65% of 25 is 0.65 x 25 = 16.25 so the answer is 17 throws.

So you want us to do your homework? Why do you need a website? It's basic math. Juan did 13/20shots. So you figure out that percentage. Then you apply that percentage to the 25 freethrows. To find the percentage divide 13 by 20 and then multiply the result by 25.

20 times 5 is 100 and 13 times 5 is 65%. 25 times 4 is 100 and 0.65 times 25 is 16.25, so he needs to get 17 free throws minimum. Hope I helped!

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