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In the square, if part A is 1/4 of the square and part C is 1/10 of the square, what percent of the square is part B?

  • Understanding percent -

    1/4 = .25 (another way to write 25%)
    1/10 = .10 (another way to write 10%)

    1.00 - .25 - .10 = ??

  • Understanding percent -

    65%?

  • Understanding percent -

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  • Understanding percent -

    The square of part B is 1/10

  • Understanding percent -

    In the square,if part A is 1/4 of the square and part C is 1/10 of the square what percent of the square is part b?

  • Understanding percent -

    10%

  • Understanding percent -

    65%

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