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350 is 70% of what number?

A) 500
B) 420
C) 245
D) 280

What percent of 64 is 24?

A) 267%
B) 62.5%
C) 40%
D) 37.5%

What percent of $6.50 is $2.60?

A) 25%
B) 40%
C) 90%
D) 250%

20% of 140 is what number?

A) 280
B) 120
C) 28
D) 12
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  1. What part of my response to your previous post did you not get?
    https://www.jiskha.com/questions/1781724/350-is-70-of-what-number-A-500-B-420-C-245-D-280-What-percent-of-64-is-24
    Why are you switching names?
    Just stating "wait what????????????????" doesn't help.

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  2. who are you talking about

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  4. Chica, he explained how to do it on your last post that had the name Chloe instead of Lynn.

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