 , 30.08.2020 04:01 lauryngrace37   I think it may be 31% 50%

Step-by-step explanation:

There are a total of 640 fries.

40% of them are crispy. Therefore, let C be the amount of crispy fries: Thus, the amount of soggy fries S would be: The total of the crispy fries and the soggy fries is the sum of the fries not on the floor and on the floor. Let F denote on the floor and let NF denote not on the floor. Thus: C is 256: Same thing for soggy fries S: S is 384, thus: We are told that 80% of the soggy fries are on the floor. Therefore: This means that the amount of soggy fries not on the floor is: We are given that 32% of all the fries are not on the floor. Therefore: The total amount of fries not on the floor is the sum of the amount of crispy fries and soggy fries not on the floor. Thus: We know that NF is 204.8 and that S(NF) is 76.8. Substitute: Subtract 76.8 from both sides: This means that out of the 256 crispy fries, only 128 of them are not on the floor.

This means that the amount on the floor is 256-128, or also 128.

Thus, the percentage of crispy fries on the floor is:  25. 22 + 1 2 25  answer: get a conversion sheet out i dont know the exact measurments

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