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The skirmish was over. Nine people were killed and forty-three were injured. There were four hundred fifteen people involved in the skirmish. What percent of the total people involved, to the nearest whole percent, were either killed or injured?

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  1. 9 + 43 = 52

    52/415 = 0.1253 = 13%

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