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May I please have some help solving these problems on my homework? Thank you. :)

38. -p = 29.16
41. Your class sold raffle tickets. Out of every 15 tickets, 14 did NOT win. There were 24 winners. How many tickets were sold? Explain your method and why you chose it.

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    1/15 won, so
    24 is 1/15 of total.
    24*15 = ?

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