3. Lou and Jacob each Sold 400 pieces of jewelry. If 30% of Lou’s sales were
rings, and Jacob Sold 100 rings, who Sold more rings? How many more?


  1. Answer:
    120 rings are 30% of Lou’s sales. Lou’s sales are higher by 20 rings.
    Step-by-step explanation:
    Lou sold more rings by 20 rings. First to calculate this we need to find the value of 1 ring. We can do this by dividing 400 by 100% = 4 rings. Now that we know 1% of Lou’s sales were 4 rings we can multiply that by 30% and the answer is 120 rings.


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