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SamGracie

  • 2 years ago

Daniel collected 120 sports cards. Sixty-five of the cards are baseball cards. About what percent of the cards are baseball cards? Round to the nearest percent, if necessary.

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  1. DeadShot
    • 2 years ago
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    to solve this, you have to turn it into a fraction, and then convert it into a decimal, the fraction would be \[\frac{ 65 }{ 120 }\]

  2. DeadShot
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    the decimal is \[\frac{ 65 }{ 120 }\approx0.54\] so it would be about 54%

  3. DeadShot
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    Get it?

  4. SamGracie
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    yes thank you (:

  5. DeadShot
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    No Problem ;)

  6. DeadShot
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    I'm in advanced Algebra, so this kind of stuff is like cake!

  7. SamGracie
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    yeah see i dont really try...:/

  8. DeadShot
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    It's ok, I use a calculator anyways, my teacher let's us, Algebra 2 is too advanced to solve unless you're a mathematician, or have a good calculator to help.

  9. SamGracie
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    well i got in trouble in public school last year so now im online schooled so this really helps(:

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