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First, we have to work out one fifth. The easiest way to do this is to divide 60 by five.
60 divided by 5 = 12
(We should know this from our times tables, 5x12=60)
We then times the fifth by three to work out three fifths.
12 x 3 = 36
We can then check this by working out two fifths and checking that both the answers add up to make 60.
We work out two fifths the same way we work out three, timesing by the value for one fifth.
12 x 2 = 24
24 + 36 = 60
So we know that we were correct and our final answer is
3/5 of 60 = 36.see more
After the First World War and the Wall Street crash, Germany's economy was at an all time low point. The recession had increased the number of the unemployed significantly and morale was low.
The Nazi party promised jobs and the protection of workers as well as the suspension of trade unions - appealing to workers and the larger industrialists. They also offered protection from communism, which was a looming threat at the time, as well as a promise that they would create a strong government and economy.
The ability of the Nazis to blame all of Germany's problems on the Jews and other undesirables also appealed to the voters as they trusted the Nazis to solve this issue and overcome the embarrassment of the Treaty of Versailles.see more