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juciystar234

  • 2 years ago

You make 72 cookies for a bake sale. This is 20% of the cookies at the bake sale. How many cookies are at the bake sale?

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  1. juciystar234
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    Is it 360?

  2. AnElephant
    • 2 years ago
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    Set up a proportion: 72=.2 multiply both sides by 5 to get 1 or 100% on the right hand side 72*5 = 360

  3. juciystar234
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    That's what i got

  4. juciystar234
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    That's how I did it, also by doing,\[72 \div .20 = 360\]

  5. juciystar234
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    Thanks! :D

  6. OakTree
    • 2 years ago
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    That's right.

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