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Please help me!!!!!!

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    first one is right

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    U mean, i did match c correctly

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    oh wait maybe miscounted

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    ok

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    there are 10 numbers all together in your list of those 10, 6 are larger than 2 so answer is \(\frac{6}{10}=.6=60\%\)

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    Ok thank you so much @satellite73 !:)

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    can you do the rest now?

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    Actually i still did not get this prob, thats y, i m kinda confuse, sorry :(

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    count the numbers that are less than 5 i count 5 of them answer is \(\frac{5}{10}=.5=50\%\) and so on

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    Got it now! Thank you so much @satellite73 your really really awesome!!!!!!! thanks alot!!!!

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    yw

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