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Find the pct to the nearest thousandth. Games won- 15; Games played- 25

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  1. TheOGTrojan
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    Multiply 25*4 = 100 Multiply 15*4 = 60 So 60% of the games were won. Hope this helps

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    Where did you get the 4?

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    Percent out of 100

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    25*4 = 100% 15*4 = 60 Therefore 60/100

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    |dw:1337797393590:dw|

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  6. GodBlessYou
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    I still am not sure.

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  7. TheOGTrojan
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    That's just what I had got. I hope its right, you can look around and ask others. But I hope my answer helps you!

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    Thank you. :)

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