7th grade math Ms. Sue please

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1.
Identify the part, whole, and percent in the following statement: Find 15% of 750. (1 point)

part = 750, whole = n, percent = 15
part = 15, whole = 750, percent = p
part = n, whole = 750, percent = 15
none of these

2.
Write a percent equation that can be used to solve the following problem: 820 is 20% of what number? (1 point)

n = 0.2 x 820
820 = 0.2 × n
0.2 = n × 820
none of these

3.
Write a percent equation that can be used to solve the following problem: 25 is what percent of 350? (1 point)

n = 25 × 350
350 = p × 25
0.25 = p × 350
none of these

4.
On a 40-question test, Peggy answers 34 questions correctly. What percent of the questions does she answer correctly? (1 point)

85%
0.75
1.17%
8.5%

5.
Out of 75 students, 15 are on the student council. What percent of the students are NOT on the student council? (1 point)

20%
80%
40%
60%

My answers:
1. part = n, whole = 750, percent = 15
2. 820 = 0.2 × n
3. none of these
4. 85%
5. 80%

  • 7th grade math Ms. Sue please -

    All are right!

  • 7th grade math Ms. Sue please -

    correct

  • 7th grade math Ms. Sue please -

    five is 20

  • 7th grade math Ms. Sue please -

    because I hade this test is 20 for five

  • 7th grade math Ms. Sue please -

    I have seen this before where is this from?

  • 7th grade math Ms. Sue please -

    No Maya your wrong. I just took the test and 5 is 80%. So don't listen to her Delilah.

  • 7th grade math Ms. Sue please -

    U suck

  • 7th grade math Ms. Sue please -

    Shut up, unknown. Don't be mean.

  • 7th grade math Ms. Sue please -

    all are correct i just taking this test for my online school. although im in 8th grade you must be in algebra for extra credits...

  • 7th grade math Ms. Sue please -

    oh wait 5 is incorrect its 20 maya is correct.btw kids don't be excited for highschool... its not fun

  • 7th grade math Ms. Sue please -

    1-C
    2-B
    3-D
    4-A
    5-B
    100%

  • 7th grade math Ms. Sue please -

    For Connecus these are the correct answers!
    1.c
    2.b
    3.d
    4.a
    5.b

  • 7th grade math Ms. Sue please -

    8th garde though ^
    |

  • 7th grade math Ms. Sue please -

    Could you explain how to get this Ms.Sue becuase i don't get this really?

  • 7th grade math Ms. Sue please -

    1.c
    2 b
    3.d
    4.a
    5.b

  • 7th grade math Ms. Sue please -

    A tip: To find the percent of a number, do percent times the number divided by 100 and you will get your answer. Example: Find 5% of 80. 5*80=400
    Now do 400 divided by 100. 400 divided by 100 is 4. So 5% of 80 is 4 :)

  • 7th grade math Ms. Sue please -

    "Litten" is 100% Correct.

    1.c
    2.b
    3.d
    4.a
    5.b

  • 7th grade math Ms. Sue please -

    Number 5 is A. 20%
    I got it wrong because I picked B. 80%.

  • 7th grade math Ms. Sue please -

    Yo it's

    C
    B
    D
    A
    B
    ESKEEEEEEETIIIIIIIIIIT

  • 7th grade math Ms. Sue please -

    Those answer are incorrect these are 100% correct
    1.A
    2.B
    3.D
    4.D
    5.C
    6.A
    7.D
    8.B

  • 7th grade math Ms. Sue please -

    Wrong is wrong these are the correct answer are
    A
    D
    C
    B
    C
    TRUST ME I GOT 100%

  • 7th grade math Ms. Sue please -

    Just LOOK at some of the questions. 5 cannot be 20%. 60 OF 75 CANNOT BE 20%. Just use common sense people. That's just one, there are around FOUR on this particular lesson that you can use logic on. And another thing, NO KIDDING "Wrong" is wrong. The lesson has five questions, not EIGHT. Either they're just a big fail troll, or they're on a completely different lesson than the one with the questions up top. I'm willing to bet the later. I don't know if it's concerning the amount of times I see people going back and forth over a question that, honestly, you can figure it out by using logic and common sense, even if you don't know how to complete the problem correctly. It doesn't hurt to just check over the answers you've put down, you know.

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