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Of the runners in a marathon through Northeastern Pennsylvania, 94.12% finished the race. If 2,125 runners started the race, how many finished the race? A. 2,000 B. 1,854 C. 1,500 D.
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Of the runners in a marathon through Northeastern Pennsylvania, 94.12% finished the race. If 2,125 runners started the race, 2,000 runners finished the race.
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