Question

# George has pan of brownies. He eats of them. The fraction of brownies George ate. is

Hint:

### In the question, the total amount of brownies is given, i.e., pan of brownies. It is also given that he ate of them. It is required to find the amount of brownie George ate. For that we simply need to multiply the total amount of brownies he had by the amount of brownies he ate.

## The correct answer is:

### Step by step solution:

Given,

George had pan of brownies.

The fraction that he ate =

Now, to find the fraction of brownies George had we need to multiply the fraction he ate by the total amount he had.

Therefore, the fraction of brownies George had =

Thus, the correct option is option (d)

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### Multiply 2.9 × 63.

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