anonymous
  • anonymous
15. If the number of professors in a college is P and the number of students is S, and there are 20 times as many students as professors, write an algebraic equation that shows this relationship.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
20x + x = P + S 21x = P + S
anonymous
  • anonymous
If there is one professor, there are 20 students. If there are two professors, there are 40 students. If there are five professors, there are 100 students. ... If there are P professors, there must be 20P students. So the number of students is 20P. So S = 20P. (Work your way up from easy numbers.)

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