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IF 81 PEOPLE NEED TO TAKE A TEST, BUT ONLY 13 HAVE ACTUALLY TAKEN TEST, WHAT IS THE PERCENTAGE OF PEOPLE WHO HAVE TAKEN TEST?

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13/81

Divide, and multiply the quotient by 100.

13/81 = 0.1605 = 16%

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16%

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