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Help with statistics =)

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  1. zarkam21
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    @mathmate can you help?

  3. anonymous
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    How many numbers are below 34?

  4. zarkam21
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    3?

  5. anonymous
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    Right. How many numbers are there in total?

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    15

  7. anonymous
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    Right. So 3 out of 15 are below 34. Do you know how to express 3/15 as a percentage?

  8. zarkam21
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    is it 0.2 %

  9. zarkam21
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    I divided 3 by 15

  10. anonymous
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    That's part of it. But then you have to multiply by 100%. For example, \[\frac{ 4 }{ 20 } = 4\div 20 \times 100\% = 20\%\]Try it with your problem. What do you get?

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    20%?

  12. anonymous
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    Perfect. Well done!

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