# Question

Transform each answer in question 11 to a percent.

In Question 11

(a) What proportion is 5 out of 15?

(b) What proportion of 50 is 10?

(c) One in a thousand equals what proportion?

In Question 11

(a) What proportion is 5 out of 15?

(b) What proportion of 50 is 10?

(c) One in a thousand equals what proportion?

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