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    There are 396 persons in the theater. If the ratio of women to men in 2:3 and the ratio of men to children is 1:2, how many men are in the theater? I got 198 men

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    @Directrix

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    How did you get 198 men?

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    |dw:1380605005894:dw|

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    If the ratio of men to children is 1:2, then there would be 396 children. 396 + 198 exceeds the number of people in the theater.

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    Whatever this calculation is, it does not take the women present into account. |dw:1380605085504:dw|

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    So i did it the other way around right?

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  8. ineedyouubiebs Group Title
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    So whats the right way to do it?

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    Well, it's not by guessing although if you post the options we can determine the numbers that best fit the requirements of the problem.

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    There aren't any options

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    Have any ideas?

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  12. Directrix Group Title
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    Yes, I do have some ideas.

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  13. ineedyouubiebs Group Title
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    Well this helps, thanks =D but I still have no idea how to do the problem

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    Why? Can you please tell me how to solve this problem

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    It's 12am where I am and Im really sleepy

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    It's going on 2 a.m. where I am. I have to re-work this problem so you catch some ZZZs, and I'll try to post a solution.

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    but this hw is due tommorow:/

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    I now have 108 men. Let x = number of women Let y = number of men Let z = number of children (x + y + z = 396) (3x = 2y) (z = 2y) ------------ Solve simultaneously. Women: 72 Men: 108 Children: 216 I am now going to work on a solution that does not involve three equations in three unknowns.

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    Another Solution: Ratio of W:M = 2:3 Ratio of M:C = 1:2. A ratio of 1:2 is the same as a ratio 3:6 Therefore, the extended ratio of W:M:C = 2:3:6 So, 2x + 3x + 6 x = 396 11x = 396 x = 36 Men = 3*36 = 108 ---> Number of Men @ineedyouubiebs

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    thank you oso much. imma go get some zzzzs's now cause im about to pass out: o

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    You are welcome. Catch you here later.

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