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Karl Malone made 474 out of 621 free throws attempts and John Stockton made 237 out of 287 free throws attempts.
a. what fraction benchmark is near the number of free throws made by each player?
b. Estimate the percent of free throws made by each player.

1. 0
2. 4
1. hgggh

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2. idk i need help too! with the same question! ughh

posted by viri
3. A. 5/6 is the fraction

posted by Anonymous
4. 75% and 85%

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