7th grade math Ms. Sue please

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What are the equivalent fraction and decimal for thirty-three and one-third%? (1 point)

one over thirty-three and 0.3
one over thirty-three and 3
3three and one-third and CE_point thirty three repeating_large
one-third and point thirty-three repeating

2.
What are the equivalent fraction and decimal for 20%? (1 point)

one over twenty and 0.2
one-fifth and 0.2
one over fifty and 2.2
one-fifth and 2

3.
Estimate 78% of 20. (1 point)

14
16
19
2

4.
You go out to eat with your family, and you agree to leave the tip. What is a 15% tip on a $58.00 bill? (1 point)

$5.80
$2.90
$8.70
$7.25

5.
In a survey of 550 people, 62% like Tasty Pizza. Estimate how many people like Tasty Pizza. (1 point)

330
25
250
35

1. 1/3 and 0.3 repeating
2. 1/5 and 0.2
3. 16
4. $8.70
5. 330

  • 7th grade math Ms. Sue please -

    All are right! :-)

  • 7th grade math Ms. Sue please -

    thanks so much! You are truly the very best! :)

  • 7th grade math Ms. Sue please -

    You're very welcome. :-)

  • 7th grade math Ms. Sue please -

    sorry i forgot to tell you my sisters name is Destiny sorry sometimes i forget to erase her name but thanks anyway

  • 7th grade math Ms. Sue please -

    they are correct :)

  • answer -

    for number 1 its D
    for number 2 its B
    for number 3 its B
    for number 4 its C

  • 7th grade math Ms. Sue please -

    yep my teacher checked them and they were correct!

  • 7th grade math Ms. Sue please -

    uh wrong I looked up the answers by using a calculator an the answers are wrong

  • 7th grade math Ms. Sue please -

    Delilah was correct if you are in Connections Academy. If you are and they were wrong, the school probably changed the answer and question. So hen you go through something like this, make sure that they are the same as your answer choices, and they are the same question.

  • 7th grade math Ms. Sue please -

    Destiny and ms sue are correct the answers are correct don't listen to other people

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