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An adult human has 32 teeth, which are divided into four groups: incisors, canines, premolars, and molars. If a human has 4 canines, what percent of teeth are not canines?

 Apr 19, 2022
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28 i think

 Apr 19, 2022
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DarkProdigy  Apr 19, 2022
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(32 - 4) ÷ 32

28/32 = 7/8 = 0.875

87.5%

 Apr 19, 2022
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4 out of 32 are canines, so 28 out of 32 are not canines.

Percentage = \(\dfrac{28}{32} \times 100\%\), which you should be able to compute with a calculator.

Remember that you get the percentage by multiplying the proportion by 100%.

 Apr 19, 2022

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