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##### games of â€˜Heartsâ€™

In the 285 games of â€˜Heartsâ€™ San played, he had registered 141 wins. How many more games of â€˜Heartsâ€™ does San need to play and win, in order to register 50 percent wins overall?

A. 11

B. 9

C. 7

D. 5

E. 3

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##### theTeam-11 must win

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