Without a calculator match a pie slice to a calculation to an answer. The three letters will make a word. Arrange your six three letter words to make a sentence.


 


 
I. 5% of 920  I. 25% of 540  L. 10% of 40  
L. 75% of 60  A. 20% of 140  H. 50% of 660  
Y. 45  S. 46  D. 4  
T. 135  D. 28  E. 330 
The pie slices represent percentages. The matching percentages can be found in the calculations. The result of the calculations will match the given answers.
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