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What is forty-four percent of one hundred twenty?

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  1. mathstudent55 Group Title
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    "forty-four percent of one hundred twenty" 44 % * 120 = 44 * 0.01 * 120 = 0.44 * 120

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    A. three point two B. five point two eight C. thirty-two D. fifty-two point eight

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    (.44) * 128

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    ^120

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    is it a b or c or d

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    120 sorry typo

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    Is it too hard for you to multiply two numbers together?

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    'yeah and i just need to know is it a b c or d

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    44% is almost 50%. 50% is half. Which of your choices is almost half of 120?

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    sorry don't mean 2 but in but Mathstudent can be suspened 4 givin u the answer

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  11. michellemater Group Title
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    oh

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    @michellemater You can do it without a calculator and without multiplying the numbers out. Just read my last reponse.

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    is it 60

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    @mathstudent55

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    Right, 60 is half of 120. Since 44% is close to 50%, and 50% means half, you need to choose an answer that is close to half of 120, which means close to 60. Which of your choices is the closest to 60?

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    oh okat now i get it thanks

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    Okay*

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    Great!

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