# Maths- Percentage

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in a survey 120 pupils were asked which learning site they would like to visit as part of the learning journey. 24 said A, 36 said B, 54 said C. The rest said D.write the results as pecentages

• Maths- Percentage -

Part / whole =percent.
24/120=.20=20%
36/120=.30=30%
54/120=.45=45%
6/120=.05=5%

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