anonymous
  • anonymous
PLEASE HELP: YOU FIND 93 DINOSAUR BONES AND A COMPLETE DINOSAUR HAS 465 BONES WHAT PERCENT OF BONES HAVE YOU FOUND?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
93 out of 465 93/465=31/155
anonymous
  • anonymous
31/155=1/5=20/100 so 20%

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anonymous
  • anonymous
thank you!!!! \
anonymous
  • anonymous
NOW THE NEXT ONE IS: THEN YOU FIND 186 BONES OUT OF 465 BONES WHAT PERCENT IS STILL MISSING?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well for this problem you can set up a proportion. I use %/100 = is/of. So we know there are 93 bones of 465. this is 93/465. so we plug in our equation %/100=93/465..... %(465)=100(93). 100(93)= 9300.... soo %(465)=9300... to get % by itself, we take 9,300 divided by 465 which equals 20. %=20
anonymous
  • anonymous
same thing. ^ 40%

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