# Math

About what percent of the total population believed saying 136,800,000 to be true?

Total population: 250,000,000?
Answer is 55% how did you get this percent?

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1. 136800000 divided by 250000000 it simple like a fraction 136800000 is the numerator and 250000000 is the denominator and to find a decimal you would divide the numer. by the denomin. and then to get a percent you multiply that decimal by 100 and round it!

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2. sorry if you were looking for an explanation from the other person.

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3. list a set of at least twelve numbers that has the following landmarks minimum 28 maximum 34 median 30 mode 29

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