anonymous
  • anonymous
Sun Devil stadium holds 73,379 people in the stands. At an Arizona State University football game, Darrel observed that about 10% of the seats were empty. Which of these would be a good estimate for the number of people attending that game? a.)63,000 people b.)69,000 people c.)66,000 people d.)60,000 people
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anonymous
  • anonymous
To get 10% of a number, move the decimal point one place to the right. You get roughly 7338. Take that number and subtract from your total.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Left* sorry
anonymous
  • anonymous
subtract 7738 from whaa ?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
im a litto confused . . .
anonymous
  • anonymous
73,379
anonymous
  • anonymous
Basically if 10% of the seats are empty, 90% are full. So you take 10% of the total seats (7338) and subtract that number from the total amount of seats (73,379)
anonymous
  • anonymous
so the totaL wouLd be around c ? is that correct ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes :)
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