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A fraction "of" a number is the same as the fraction "times" a number. In other words, you must multiply 1/10 times 80.

A fraction "of" a number is the same as the fraction "times" a number. In other words, you must multiply 1/10 times 80.

A fraction "of" a number is the same as the fraction "times" a number. In other words, you must multiply 1/10 times 80.

A fraction "of" a number is the same as the fraction "times" a number. In other words, you must multiply 1/10 times 80.

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A fraction "of" a number is the same as the fraction "times" a number. In other words, you must multiply 1/10 times 80.

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