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The Parent group of the local head start promoted recycling in their neighborhood one saturday in march by distributing sets of blue and green recycling bins to grocery shoppers at central market place. Out of the 248 shoppers who stopped by head start's recycling information table, 168 took home a set of bins. We are pleased said rosa torres, "that's a pretty good percentage."


What is the ratio of the shoppers who took bins to the total number of shoppers who stopped at the informations table? It is approximately

A. 1 out of 3
B. 2 out of 3
C. 3 out of 4
D. 5 out of 8
E. None of the above

168:248
82:124
41:62 which is almost 2:3

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