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- Frank ran 80% as far as Denise. How far did Denise run as a percentage of Frank's running distance? Draw a picture or diagram to help you solve the problem. Use your picture to help explain your answer. Solution Frank ran .8 times the distance Denise ran. So .8(D) = 1 Where D is the distance Denise ran therefore .8d = franks distance D= 1/(.8) D = 1.25 So Denise ran 125% the distance frank did You could draw 2 parallel lines and label the longer one denise, the shorter one Frank