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What percent of points scored during the 2007-08 season came from 2-po

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What percent of points scored during the 2007-08 season came from 2-point field goals?

A)20.3
B)36.2
C)56.6
D)72.4
E)76.2

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3/8 is ~ 36.2 B


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Incorrect :)

I made the same mistake.

Read carefully -> "2 pointer"
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2986*2/8245=72.4 Answer D

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2986*2/8245=72.4 Answer D

Why multiplied by 2 ?
Please explain... Unable to get.

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I think that the column, number of 2 point field goals made, includes number of field goals and each field goal is worth two points.

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