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if you watch 14% of sports out of 40 hours how many hours did you watch sports

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1. 0.14 * 40 = ?

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3. Nope.

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4. 14*40=560
560 hours would not make sense because you can not watch sports for 560 hours because other TV shows will come on you have to divide 14 by 40 and you get 35 hours.

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5. try multiplying 14 by 40 and tell me what you get.

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6. if you do your step you will get a long answer

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7. It's not 14. Use the decimal 0.14 to multiply.

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8. so your not talking anymore I see you know I'm right.

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9. 14% is less than one quarter.

One fourth of 40 is 10. You spent less than 10 hours watching sports.

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