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Michael South

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reading numbers
Posted: Jun 20, 1995 1:47 PM
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Norm Krumpe says,
>And, although we debate on how to say 0.45, I THINK we all agree on how to
>say 45/100.

Yeah, that's forty-five on a hundred. I mean forty five over a hundred.
No, forty five hundredths. Oh, forty five divided by a hundred. A
ratio, forty five to a hundred. A probability, forty five out of a hundred.

:) Just thought that would be fun.


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