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If 69% of \(k\) is 23, approximately how much is 23% of \(k\)?

A. 11.11
B. 10.59
C. 8.33
D. 7.67
E. 6.67


0.69 k=23
k=23/0.69

To Find: 0.23k

0.23*(23/0.69)

(23*23/69)

7*69=483

So answer has to be 7.XX

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I have edited the question and the solution by adding more details to enhance its clarity. I hope it is now easier to understand.
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