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The cost to repair a car after a collision was 4,000 dollars. The automobile insurance policy paid the entire bill except for a 200 dollars deductible, which the driver paid. What percent of the cost did he pay?

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I'm going to set up this problem by taking the part of the whole or the base. So the part here would be $200 and the whole or the base is $4000. So we're going to divide those 200 divided by 4000 is 40000.5 We need to convert this into a percent. To do that, we multiply by 100. Would Muser dust one place to the right to places? So 5% is the percent of the cost that he paid.

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