# Math

1.A restaurant surveys 60 of its customers about their new menu. 48 of the customers that take the survey prefer the new menu.

A.Which value is unknown in this problem: the part, percent, or whole?
B.Write and solve the proportion to find the percent of the customers that prefer the new menu.

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1. i think the unknown in this problem is the percent

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2. and the proportion answer is 80% right?

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3. Yes, the unknown is the percent. The part is the 48 customers who took the survey. The whole is the 60 customers who were offered the surveys.

Yes the percent is 80%

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