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eventy percent of what is 30? A. 60.43 B. 2100 C. 42.8 D. 21
Seventy percent of 42.8 is 30. 42.8 * .70 = 30 (29.96)
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Seventy percent of 42.8 is 30.
42.8 * .70 = 30 (29.96)
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