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'A. In each figure,find what percent of the figure is shaded EVALUATE meh nguie; Ind mnat pentemt 0 Ihe Iigure Is shaded'

yeah. Okay. In each figure. Find what percent of the figure is shaded For # one. Okay, cannot see it. So you may need to finish this on your own. But I gas is very easy For # two. They are the number of total grades is 10. Multiplies six. The number of great in total six times 10 and 60. And the number of shaded grade is 20. Number off. She did great. 2% of the figures. Shaded is 20/60, which is 1/3 for number three. Okay, this is very easy. We can say this immediately. Okay, this is one half the percent. Okay. We need to write this in percent. So one third is around 33 point thirties 3% for number three. Question # 3% is 50% and number four we have four little triangles and they are all in the same shape in the same size. So the percent of the shaded area will be three forth or 75%. Since we know 3/4 equals 75%. All right, Question # five. Okay. We have four same triangles. So the percent of the city area will be Also one half. Okay. or 50 percent. Number six, let's count. Okay. The number of grades in total Is 77. Multiplies 10. And the number of shaded grades is mm hmm. Is 30. Okay, so the percent will be 30/70 Which is 3, 7th 3/7 convert into one. It is around 42.86%. Okay, So that's answers for question 1-6

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