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6 July, 23:15

Grayson took a math quiz last week. He got 29 problems correct and 29 problems incorrect. What percentage did Grayson get correct?

Write your answer using a percent sign (%).

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  1. 6 July, 23:42
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    50%

    Step-by-step explanation:

    29 right and 29 wrong. 29+29=58

    Divide 29 by 58 and you get. 5

    Move the decimal over two to the right, and there's the 50%.

    You could also multiply. 5 by 100 and you'll still get 50!
  2. 7 July, 00:46
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    Step-by-step explanation:

    1. Find the total number of problems, incorrect and correct. 29 incorrect problems + 29 correct problems is 58 total problems.

    2. Find the total number of correct problems divided by the total number of problems. 29 incorrect problems divided by 58 total problems. This is simplified to 1/2.

    3. Finally, convert 1/2 into a fraction. We can do this by multiplying the fraction by 50/50 to get a fraction of 50/100, and we know that 50/100 50 percent.
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