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None of these seem to be right? I literally am so confused by the way they set up each one. Shouldnt it be unemployed /labor force x 100?

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    2. Which of the following is the formula for calculating the unemployment rate?

    (employed – unemployed) ÷ labor force × 100
    (labor force – employed) ÷ labor force × 100
    unemployment ÷ population × 100
    (employed – labor force) ÷ employed × 100

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