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Step 2: Divide the Part (Non-100%) by the Whole (100%) In order to find the percentage, we have to divide the part of the total available amount by the total amount available. In this case, the non-100% part that we have, 140, will be divided by the total amount available that represents 100%, which is 680. 140+ 680 = 0.2058823529 We can round this off to the third-place value. Check your answer choices to see if numbers were rounded to a different place value. So let's look at the third place value: 0.2058823529 We look to the right and see an 8. Since an 8 is 5 or more, that means the underlined digit goes up by one so the 5 becomes a 6. 0.206 Every other number to the right of the 5 would turn to 0, and since they would have no value, we can get rid of them. Step 3: Multiply by 100 Now that we have our decimal, we have to turn it into a percent. Remember, we turn a decimal into a percent by multiplying it by 100, which is the same as moving the decimal point two spots to the right. 0.206 x 100 = 20.6% This tells us how much of the budget has already been spent. Finally, we have to find the percentage of N P i SN PSR S <
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