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­If x and y are positive integers, what percent of three more than y is twice the value of x?

A \(\frac{1}{200x(y + 3)}\)

B \(\frac{y + 3}{200x}\)

C \(\frac{100(y + 3)}{2x}\)

D \(\frac{200x}{y} + 3\)

E \(\frac{200x}{y + 3}\)


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