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how do i estimate a 51%of 62 and write it as a fraction

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  1. anonymous
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    ( 51 / 100 ) * 62 = 1581/50

  2. anonymous
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    thank u

  3. anonymous
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    can u help me on another

  4. anonymous
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    Or if you don't like fractions- (.51)*(62)=31.62

  5. anonymous
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    no we have to do fractions

  6. anonymous
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    what is 39%of 42 as a fraction

  7. anonymous
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    estimated to

  8. anonymous
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    Same way. (39/100)*42=16.38

  9. anonymous
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    Same way. (39/100) * 42 = 819/50

  10. anonymous
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    what is 78%of148 estimated and wrote as a fraction

  11. anonymous
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    when you say (numer)%<--- it means it's (number)/(100) and when you say (of)it means mulitplication :)

  12. anonymous
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    (78/100) * 148 =2886/25

  13. anonymous
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    number* do you understand what's going on now ^_^?

  14. anonymous
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    no

  15. anonymous
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    lol, alright

  16. anonymous
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    \[(number)% \rightarrow \frac{number}{100}\]

  17. anonymous
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    what is 34% of 99 estimated and wrote as a fraction

  18. anonymous
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    oops

  19. anonymous
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    dumb-dude--- rewrite it the same way we've explained the last problems.

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    i dont know how

  21. anonymous
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    dum , 34% is a number, and it's 34/100 in fraction

  22. anonymous
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    It's (the percent) times the number.

  23. anonymous
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    like I've said before: (number)% = (number)/100 anything that has the %<- sign next to it is always over 100 ^_^

  24. anonymous
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    exactly like what Murph said ^_^

  25. anonymous
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    oh ok i get it so 34/100 and then times those numbers right

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    yep ^_^

  27. anonymous
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    whenever you have "of" it means multiply :)

  28. anonymous
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    ok guys thanks for ur help i love this website

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    np ^_^ and good luck :)

  30. anonymous
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    34/100 * 99/1 and just multiply straight across. Lastly, simplify the fraction you end up with.

  31. anonymous
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    what does the star and 99 mean

  32. anonymous
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    * means multiplty

  33. anonymous
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    star = x( multiplication)

  34. anonymous
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    99 was the number you gave us

  35. anonymous
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    yes so u take 34 divided by 1oo and then u multiply 99

  36. anonymous
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    exactly

  37. anonymous
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    well done ~ :)

  38. anonymous
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    Keep doing it over and over. Repitition is the best way to learn. Good luck!

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