Paul and Sammy take part in a race.
The probability tha Paul wins the race is 9/35.
The probability that Sammy wins the race is 26%.
Who is more likely to win the race?
Give a reason for your answer.
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Divide 9 by 35, Multiply the quotient by 100 to get the percent.

Paul and Sammy take part in a race.
The probability that Paul wins the race is 9/35
The probability that Sammy wins the race is 26%.
Who is more likely to win the race?
Give a reason for your answer. 👍
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