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In 1950 the annual per capita consumption of eggs was 495; that is, the average person ate 495 eggs per year. In 2004 the per capita consumption had dropped to 257. Fill in the blank with a fraction. (Round each annual per capita consumption to the nearest ten.)
In 2004 the average person eats _____ as many eggs as the average person did in 1950

260/500 = 52/100 = 13/25
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