Math
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Mrs.Smith's class has 12 girls and 8 boys. What percent of he class are girls?
[#boys/girls+boys]*100 = percent
I didn't read the problem very carefully. The calculation above is percent boys. Percent girls is done similarly but use # girsl instead of # boys OR 100  percent boys = percent girls.

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