What Remains When the Roads Are Gone Riddle

Today we are back with one more interesting riddle which is called What remains when the roads are gone riddle. I have given the answer and the explanation of this riddle down below.

Riddle: A race car driver has completed 12 1/2 laps of a 50-lap race. What fractional part of the race remains?

Give below are the 5 option from which you have to select the correct answer.

A. 1/4 B. 1/5 C. 3/4 D. 4/5 E. 75/2

What Remains When the Roads Are Gone Riddle Answer

Answer: The answer to the what remains when the roads are gone riddle is ¾ which is the option C.

Explanation

The total laps in the race is 50 and the driver has completed 12 ½ laps which means-
50 subtract 12 ½ equal to 37 ½ or 37.5

So, to calculate the fractional part of the race remains we will divide the remain laps by total laps that is-
37 ½ divide by 50 or 37.5 divide by 50 which will be equal to 0.74 or ¾.

Therefore, the correct answer is option C which is ¾.

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