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What are the following percents:
7 out of 53
17 out of 52
4 out of 18
7 out of 18
3 out of 33
9 out of 31
3 out of 35
7 out of 32

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    7/53 = 0.132 = 13.2%

    4/18 = 0.222 = 22.2%

    I'm sure you can get the rest of the answers yourself.

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