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1. In 1963, how many percent of the skaters finished the race?

2. In 1963, how many percents of the skaters finished the race?

3. In 1963, how much percent of the skaters finished the race?

4. Only one percent of the skaters finished the race.(answer)
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    In 1963, what percent of the skaters finished the race?

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