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18.  Clear of decimals, and reduce.

    8.   a)   2.1
2.8
 =  3
4
    8.   b)   .45
.54
 =  5
6
 
    8.   c)   .003
.012
 =  1
4
    8.   d)   .024
.008
 =  3
 
    8.   e)    .
.04
 =  5     8.   f)   .06
 .8
 =   3 
40
 
    8.   g)    .03 
.012
 =      8.   h)   .035
   5
 =    7  
1000
 
    8.   i)   .12
2.4
 =   1 
20
    8.   j)   2.8
.56
 =  5
 
    8.   k)   .009
 1.8
 =    1  
200
    8.   l)   .018
 36
 =     1   
2000

Review of Percent:  Calculator problems

(Lesson 14)

19.  How much is 42.6% of $83.50?  $35.57

10.  $83.50 is 42.6% of how much?  $196.01

11.  14 is what percent of 27?  51.9%

12.  What percent of 14 is 27?  192.9%

13.  49 out of 150 students surveyed responded No.  What percent
13.  responded No?  32.7%

14.  The freshman class has 1,239 students, and 635 are women.  What
14.  percent are women?  51.3%


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