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Forty percent of the 20 seats on the bus were occupied. Write 40% as a reduced fraction. Then find the number of seats that were occupied.

  1. John

    40/100 = 2/5

    Multiply 2/5 times 20

    Can you finish from here?

  2. Brittany

    I think so

  3. John

    okay. Did you get 8?

  4. Joey


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