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6 months ago

Mathematics

High School

Answer:

100

Step-by-step explanation:

The fraction 2/3 says there are 3 total parts to the track, but Pete only rode 2 of them.

In this type of problem you always multiply the amount of the whole (150) times the fraction of the whole you are calculating (2/3) to get the answer.

150*2 = 300 divided by 3 = 100

Or 150 * (2/3) = 150 * 0.66667 = 100

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Answer:100

Step-by-step explanation:The fraction 2/3 says there are 3 total parts to the track, but Pete only rode 2 of them.

In this type of problem you always multiply the amount of the whole (150) times the fraction of the whole you are calculating (2/3) to get the answer.

150*2 = 300 divided by 3 = 100

Or 150 * (2/3) = 150 * 0.66667 = 100