WHAT REMAINS WHEN THE ROADS ARE GONE RIDDLE

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What Remains When The Roads Are Gone Riddle

A race car driver has completed 12 1/2 laps of a 50-lap race. What fractional part of the race remains?
A race car driver has completed 12 1/2 laps of a 50-lap race. What fractional part of the race remains?
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As per the total laps in the race are 50 and the driver has completed 12 1/2 laps. This means, we have to subtract 12 1/2 from the total 50 laps. This equal to 37 1/2 or 37.5

50 - 12 1/2 = 37 1/2 or 37.5

Now, we need to calculate the fractional part of the race remains. For this, we need to divide the remaining laps by total laps, that is, 37 1/2 divide by 50 or 37.5 divided by 50 which will be equal to 0.74 or 3/4.

37 1/2 / 50 = 0.74 or 3/4

Hence, the right answer to the riddle is 3/4
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