7th grade math Ms. Sue please
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Answer the following question: Sometimes people say “Give 110% of your effort.” Is it possible to give 110% of your effort? Is there ever a situation where you might have a percent over 100? If no, explain why. If yes, give a scenario where a percent over 100 makes sense.

7th grade math Ms. Sue please 
Ms. Sue
I answered this for Destiny last Friday.
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7th grade math Ms. Sue please 
Delilah
Oh my gosh I am so sorry Ms. Sue! Sorry again, my sister will be getting a new computer for Christmas, so there won't be any name confusions. am so sorry!
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