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well i think you multiply 4 by 125 but i don't know and its not one of my options i have

  • math -

    Here's your original problem:

    125 pounds decreased by 4%

    You need to convert the percent to a decimal. Move the decimal point two places to the left. 4% = 0.04

    Multiply 125 by 0.04

  • math -

    Subtract your answer from 125.

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