# type of cookies/Adults/children/total chocolate /5 /10 / ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Peanut /8 /6 / ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ oatmeal /7 /4 / what percentage of children chose oatmeal?

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## To determine the percentage of children who chose oatmeal cookies, we need to calculate the total number of children and the number of children who chose oatmeal cookies.

From the given information, we can see that for oatmeal cookies, 4 children chose them.

The total number of children is given as 10.

To calculate the percentage, we divide the number of children who chose oatmeal cookies (4) by the total number of children (10) and multiply by 100:

(4/10) * 100 = 40%.

Therefore, 40% of the children chose oatmeal cookies.

## To find out the percentage of children who chose oatmeal, we need to know the total number of children and the number of children who chose oatmeal. From the given information in the table, we can see that the number of children who chose oatmeal is 4. However, we don't have the total number of children mentioned in the table.

In order to answer this question accurately, we need the total number of children. Please provide the total number of children, and I will be able to calculate the percentage for you.