# Bus.Math

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John O'Sullivan has just completed his first year in business. His records show that he spent the following in advertising:

Newspaper \$725 Radio \$525 Yellow Pages \$700 Local flyers \$425

What percent of John's advertising was spent on the Yellow Pages? (Round to the nearest hundredth percent. Omit the "%" sign in your response.)

Percent %

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100(700 / 2375) = ?

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29.47

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