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Wildlife officials had to rescue and remove seven hundred thirty−five Florida panthers in the past twelve months. It is estimated that there are fifty thousand Florida panthers in existence. What percent of fifty thousand is seven hundred thirty−five?

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    735/50000 = ?

    Multiply your answer by 100 (or move the decimal point two places to the right) to find the percent.

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