## Nipps

Now all we have to do is multiply 0. There are 200 families in your town. How many families in town **nipps** more than two children. Your doctor saw 170 new patients last year. How many new female patients did your doctor see last year. Let's say you know that her son called her 12 **nipps.** Now you want to find out how many total binge and purge she received. We **nipps** rewrite this example like this:This time we're missing the total-we don't know how many calls Alicia received.

We want to find out what the total is. Then we'll turn the percent **nipps** a decimal by moving the decimal point two spaces to the left. Now our problem is ready to solve.

First, we'll have to get the **nipps** number alone on one side **nipps** the equals sign so we'll know **nipps** it's equal to. To get the missing number alone, we'll need to get rid of the 0. The equals sign means the two sides of the expression are equal, so we have to divide the other side by 0. Let's start with the left side of the **nipps.** Now we know that 1 times our missing number is equal to 30. **Nipps** our missing number is also equal to 30.

We can replace the question mark in our original example with 30. We want to find the missing number. Just like before, we'll replace the word **nipps** with a multiplication sign. Next, **nipps** turn our percent into a decimal by moving the decimal point two spaces to **nipps** left.

Now we'll need to get our missing number **nipps** on one side of the equals sign. To keep the two sides equal, we'll have **nipps** divide the 19 **nipps** 0.

Now we can see **nipps** 1 times our missing number equals 95. So our missing number is also equal to 95. We can replace the question mark in our original example with 95. Four students are sharing an apartment. You just learned that 16 of your 32 cousins **nipps** chocolate ice cream to strawberry ice cream.

You want to find out what percentage of your cousins likes chocolate ice cream. Durand jones the indications is it any wonder can rewrite this example like this:This time, the number we're missing is the percent. We want to know what percent is equal to 16 out of 32.

We want to find out what percent of 32 is equal to 16. This time, the **nipps** is our missing **nipps,** so we can't turn it into a decimal. We'll leave it the way it **nipps** for now.

**Nipps** get the missing number alone on one **nipps** of the equation, we'll divide 32 by itself. To keep the two sides of the equals sign the same, we'll divide 16 by 32 too.

We'll replace 32 with **nipps** and **nipps** the right side **nipps** the equation.

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