math help
posted by daniel .
question says choose which is greater or are they equal or not enough info
fifty percent can be represented by
n

50
a. n
b. 45
answer is b is greater please tell me why

You seem to have TWO questions here:
1. "which is greater ... "
and
2. "fifty percent can be ... "
You need to clarify so a math teacher will know what you're being asked.
Respond to this Question
Similar Questions

algebra
4x = y > 6 does it make since if you put a line under >. Because that is the question I am suppose to figure out. The sentence says that 4x is equal to y. But y is greater than or equal to six. dividing through by 4, this means … 
Algebra
Did I do this correctly? 13  (2c + 2) >(pretend it has the line under it that means greater than or equal to) 2(c + 2) + 3c 13 2c 2 (greater than or equal to) 5c + 4 11c (greater than or equal to) 7c + 4 7c to both sides 4c 
AlgebraCorrection?
Solve x^2 3x is greater than or equal to 10 Would the solutions be x=5 and x= 2? 
Statistics
Which of the following mathematical relationships could be found in a linear programming model? 
math
State the null hypothesis, Ho, and the alternative hypothesis, Ha, that would be used to test the following statements. (a) The linear correlation coefficient is positive. Ho: ñ Select not equal to equal to greater than less … 
math 4 grade
question which is greater  are they equal  or not enough info 18K 17K the answer says its not enough info but 18 is always bigger than 17 
physics
A beam of electrons with momentum p=10^23 kg m/s passed through a narrow slit of width d=10^5 m. What is the uncertainty component of the momentum in the xdirection due to the uncertainty principle (approximately)? 
algebra1 question!??
2t + 8 'greater than/equal to' 4(t+1) t is 'greater than/equal to' ? 
Calculus
Show that the curve y=6x^3+5x3 has no tangent line with slope 4. The answer key says that m=y'=18x^2+5, but x^2 is greater than or equal to 0 for all x, so m is greater than or equal to 5 for all x. I don't understand that x^2 is … 
math
So for this question it says, the graph of the function f(x)= radical of x+4 is shown. The domain of the function is 1) {xx is greater than 0} 2) {xx is greater or equal to 0} 3) {xx is greater than 4} 4) {xx is greater than or …