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. Express 79.2% as a decimal. A. 79 B. 7.92 C. .0792 D. .792
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User: . Express 79.2% as a decimal. A. 79 B. 7.92 C. .0792 D. .792



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User: 9. The decimal form 1.46 becomes _______ expressed as a percent. A. .0146% B. 146% C. 1.46% D. 14.6%

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The decimal form 1.46 becomes 146% expressed as a percent.
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