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On a Airline, Approximatley 10% Of The Airline Passengers Who Are Booked For A Flight Do Not Show Up For The Flight . The Airline has Booked 160 Passengers For A Flight With Maximum seating Of 135. How Many Of The 160 Passengers Booked For This Flight With NOT Have A Seat, Assuming 10% Of The Booked Passengers Do Not Show Up. ?

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  1. anonymous
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    160x(1-0.1)-135

  2. anonymous
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    How'd you Get That Though ?

  3. anonymous
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    10% of the booked passengers are dead and gone , so only (100%-10%/ 1-0.1)90% of the passengers will show up. out of that 90%, 135 people will have a seat.

  4. anonymous
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    Ohhh But Where Did You Get The 0.1?

  5. anonymous
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    10% =10/100 = 0.1 ?

  6. anonymous
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    Oh Alright Sorry Math Is My Worst subject

  7. anonymous
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    LOL it is all good

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    when Mr.Lee Purchased His Car, It Had A Value Of $15,000. In Each Of The First Two Years After He Purchased It, Its Value decreased By 10% Of The Previous Years Value. #of Years l Value Of Car 0 15,000$ 1 13,500$ 2 12,150$ 3 ? How Do I Find Out What The Next One IS?

  9. anonymous
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    first you try to at what rate is the value decreasing; 12150/ 13500 = 90% 13500/15000=90%. As you can see, after a year, the value is only 90% of that in the previous year. So next one will be 12100X90%

  10. anonymous
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    But The Answers I Have Here Say A)1215 B)4500 C)12150 D)10935 And When I Did 12100x90% It Got Me 10890?

  11. anonymous
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    sorry ..there is typo is should be 12150X90%

  12. anonymous
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    my bad

  13. anonymous
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    Ohhhhhhhh

  14. anonymous
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    sorry ^ infinity haha

  15. anonymous
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    Lmao It's Okay I'm Just Glad Your Helping Me Everybody Else areJerks

  16. anonymous
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    haha yay i am not a jerk.. :P

  17. anonymous
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    lmao math sucks though

  18. anonymous
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    NO:P

  19. anonymous
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    I Used To Be SO Good In Math Then I Got A Teacher That I Couldn't Understand And Strated Slacking Then I Failed -_-

  20. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    LOL you should have switched your class or seomthing

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