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Kelly read 30 pages of her 300-page book in 6 hours. At this rate, how long will it take her to read the entire book?
60 hours
5 hours
6 hours
30 hours

- anonymous

30p=6h
so divide 300 by 30

- Griffindore

ya its 10 right?

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- anonymous

yes then multiply that by 6

- Griffindore

60

- anonymous

yes :D

- Griffindore

so its 60% is the awnser?

- Griffindore

oh i mean 60 hours

- anonymous

yes

- Griffindore

oh thanks can you help me with like 2 more

- anonymous

maybe I'm better at some things than others

- Griffindore

the next ones with fractions

- Griffindore

can you walk me through it but dont give me the awnser

- anonymous

ya if I can understand it

- Griffindore

Marisa painted one-half of her bedroom in three-fourths of an hour. At this rate, how long would it take her the paint the entire room?
three-eighths of an hour
eight-thirds of an hour
four-sixths of an hour
six-fourths of an hour

- anonymous

1/2 of b=3/4 of an hour so the other half of her room would be 1/2of b=3/4
does that make sense

- Griffindore

sorta

- anonymous

ok so she did 1/2 of her room and that took 3/4ths of an hour so it would take the same amount of time to do the other half

- Griffindore

oh ok

- Griffindore

so its D

- Griffindore

:D

- anonymous

yep

- Griffindore

Ill d this one on my own tell me if i mess up or do some thing wrong

- Griffindore

Erika calculated that she would spend $115 on school supplies this year. She actually spent $82.50 on school supplies. What is Erika’s percent of error?
28.3%
2.8%
39.4%
32.5%

- Griffindore

oh acually i have no idea

- Griffindore

I divide something and 82.50 to get a percentage right?

- anonymous

or I think that maybe you could subtract 115 by 82 and get a close estimate but i'm not sure

- Griffindore

Oh can we try both

- anonymous

sure

- Griffindore

Ok well try my idea then yours

- Griffindore

Oh should i start a new question

- anonymous

good idea

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