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Help me pls!!! my coaching teacher is going 2 kill me

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  1. AonZ
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    \[\frac{ 2 }{ 9 } \] of the people on a restaurant are adults. if there are 95 more children than adults, how many children are there in the restaurant

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  2. Kuoministers
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    he really gonna kill u???

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  3. AonZ
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    yes

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  4. Kuoministers
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    i would be dead scared ^^

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  5. AonZ
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    pls help

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  6. FirstFrostByte
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    Okay I'll try :)

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  7. Kuoministers
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    7/9 people are children

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  8. AonZ
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    i know but in number?

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  9. Kuoministers
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    how would i know.. @FirstFrostByte is pro

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  10. AonZ
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    uhhhhh frost bite?

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  11. FirstFrostByte
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    95 more children, so 7/9 of the people the children portion is 95. Knowing that: (7/9 - 2/9)*x = 95 5/9 * x = 95 So the total people would be: 95 * 9/5 = 171 Next we do: 2/9 *171 = 38 To get the adult count. And this for the children count: 7/9 *171 = 133

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    im pretty sure u lost him

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  13. FirstFrostByte
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    There are multiple ways to solve this... I don't know which method he wants...

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  14. AonZ
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    well i kinda like that method u just did

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  15. FirstFrostByte
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    @AonZ You know what a variable is right?

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  16. AonZ
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    not really

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  17. FirstFrostByte
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    Okay let me do this step by step.

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  18. AonZ
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    ty

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  19. FirstFrostByte
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    \[9/9\]would be everyone in the restaurant. Given to us is 2/9 is adults. So that leaves? 9 - 2 = 7 7/9 Must be children. Do you understand so far before I continue?

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  20. AonZ
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    yes

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  21. AonZ
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    100%

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  22. FirstFrostByte
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    For each "9" people there are 5 more then adults. So: Let's use a variable now which will be "P" for people. 5/9 * P = 95 Now let's flip over 95 to the other side. 95 * 9/5 (it becomes 9/5 due to a rule) = P 95 * 9/5 = 171 Correct? Now we know the total amount of people. Do you understand?

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    ohhhhh i get now

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  24. AonZ
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    i get the question

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  25. AonZ
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    it is just that part that i got lost

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    yay so their is 133 children

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  27. FirstFrostByte
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    Okay. So: Since we now know the total: Next we do: 2/9(Adults) *171 = 38 Adults And this for the children count: 7/9(Children) *171 = 133 Children So there for 133 Children are in the restaurant.

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  28. AonZ
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    and 38 adults

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  29. AonZ
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    ty frost byte my coaching techer will not kill me now

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  30. AonZ
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    done my homework

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  31. FirstFrostByte
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    Haha :) I'm happy you didn't die. There is another method you could do: Take 95 / 5(Since we know there is 5 more children then adults.) And you get 19. So you need 19 sets of 2 adults and 7 children to equal the total. 19 x 2 = 38 Adults 19 x 7 = 133 Children Check your work: 133 - 38 = 95 See?

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  32. AonZ
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    ohhhh i think this is a better method for me

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  33. FirstFrostByte
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    I guess. But if your in Pre-Algebra. Go with the first method. I'm cleaner and faster. And you'll use it more often too.

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    kk cya

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