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three frinds are sharing 36 cookies . jerry wants 25% of the cokies , gary wants 1/2 of the cookies and terry wants o.75 of the cookies . how many cookies does each person want? can they get what they want ? explain your answer

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Jerry: 0.25 * 36 = 9
Gary: 0.5 * 36 = 18
Terry: 0.75 * 36 = 27

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each person gets 18

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