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Toy land is having a sale. all items are 20% off how much will you save on an item that usually sells for $95?

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  1. 0.2 * 95 = ?

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    Ms. Sue
  2. Its 19 Explain: To find 20% of 95 multiply 95 by 0.20, p5 x 0.20=19

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  3. Set up a proportion in which one ratio represents the percent and the other ration represents the given info. part (%) / Whole (100). 20%/100 = x/$95 ($95 is the amount it sells) X is the unknown variable.

    Next, Cross products to solve for x. Multiply the Numerator on the first variable with the Denominator on the 2nd variable. 20 x 95. Then cross it again with the Denominator on the first variable with the Numerator on the 2nd variable. 100 x X or 100x. = 1900/100x

    Finally, pretend that the fraction is actually an equal sign. 1900=100x. To solve for x, you must do the opposite on both sides of the equation. 1900 divided by 100 = 100x divided by 100. 19=x

    I would save $19 on an item that usually sells for $95.

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  4. wOt ^

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  5. Thank you Mrs. Sue.

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  6. Thank u Dontai and Dawson. Also dontai you put p5 its 95. because 95 times 0.20 is 19. After that your right so anyone don't get confused .

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  7. thx for clearing it up uwu

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  8. my eyes hurt Ovo

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  9. so what is the answer for short?

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  10. thx

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  11. dj my name on valorant is vsync#off

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  12. Since nobody really understands this ill explain it better. :)))
    20%= 0.2 in decimal form
    Multiply 0.2 by $95
    And then when you multiply them you get $19
    So your answer would be $19
    I hope this helped :)))

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  13. Have a great day guys!! - Cutie :))))

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  14. Oh and if anyone needs the first part of the quiz the answers are.....
    1.B
    2.C
    3.A
    4.D
    5.A
    6.D
    7.C
    8.B
    Good Luck!! <3 - Cutie:)))

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  15. @Cutie is correct

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  16. THE CORRECT ANWERS ARE.....

    1:B
    2:C
    3:A
    4:D
    5:A
    6:D
    7:C
    8:B

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  17. Unknown person is right for part 1 quiz and Cutie is correct for part 2

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  18. Thanks @Cutie

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  19. Unknown person how is cutie correct theres no 1,2,3,4 ect for prt 2 its 2 essay questions-😀

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  20. Thanks @Cutie your zeeeeeeee best dude!!!!

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  21. thanks!

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  22. so you save $19, that makes ¢ (sense).

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  23. hahaha/...rora
    what do lions do rora?

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  24. WHATTT IT JUST HAPPENED TO BE HER NAME!
    i like to tell puns to.!

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  25. so anyone have the answers for part 2 number 1? If not here:

    Enter your answer and show all the steps that you use to solve this problem in the space provided.

    Use the circle graph shown below to answer the question. THE GRAPH SHOWS:
    Cats-35%
    Dogs-45%
    reptiles-5%
    Birds-5%
    Fish-10%

    If 30 sixth graders own birds, how many sixth graders were surveyed?

    I have been trying to find out but I need help, Thanks <3Angie

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  26. Btw Its a Pie chart

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  27. Thanks Cutie if that's why you put you're name as cutie

    seriously boys these days they would do anything for girls

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  28. sorry my brother posted that he is really annoying

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  29. he is overprotective

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