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The total number of minutes in here <math>9</math>-hour work day is <math>9 \times 60 = 540.</math> | The total number of minutes in here <math>9</math>-hour work day is <math>9 \times 60 = 540.</math> | ||
The total amount of time spend in meetings in minutes is <math>45 + 45 \times 2 = 135.</math> | The total amount of time spend in meetings in minutes is <math>45 + 45 \times 2 = 135.</math> | ||
− | The answer is then <math>\frac{135}{540}</math> <math>= \boxed{25\%}</math> <math>\ | + | The answer is then <math>\frac{135}{540}</math> <math>= \boxed{25\%}</math> or <math>\boxed{(C)}</math> |
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Problem
Makarla attended two meetings during her -hour work day. The first meeting took minutes and the second meeting took twice as long. What percent of her work day was spent attending meetings?
Solution
The total number of minutes in here -hour work day is The total amount of time spend in meetings in minutes is The answer is then or
See also
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