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At many colleges, the number of fulltime-equivalent students, F, is given by F = n/15 where n is the total number of credits for which students enroll in a given semester, determine the number of full-time-equivalemt students on a campus in which students registered flr a total of 25,350 credits.

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    divide 23,350 by 15, see what you get

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    Yeah, Aama. They simply are giving you the equation F=n/15, then giving you n and asking you to solve for F.

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