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The circle graph shows the percentage of numbered tiles in a box. If each numbered tile is equally likely to be pulled from the box, what is the probability of pulling out a tile with a 6 on it? (Hint: Remember that percents are based out of 100% and probability is represented as a fraction of 100%) a. 1/5 b. 1/7 c. 1/20

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    20% of 1 is one fifth of one, which is equal to one-fifth

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    ty

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    np

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