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9 is 1/3% of what number??
I need help

  • Math -

    Do you mean 1/3 of 9? Then it's 27.

    But if it really is 1/3%, then it's 2700.
    If you're fined, then you'd want 27. :)

  • Math -

    I'll take the 2700 :)
    Thanks. My teacher says it in another way.

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