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  • one year ago

Researchers asked 200 families whether or not they were homeowners and how many cars they had. Their responses are summarized in the following table.

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  1. anonymous
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  2. anonymous
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    @10115658

  3. anonymous
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    total up the number of families

  4. anonymous
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    94 for homeowners

  5. anonymous
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    i mean not homeowners

  6. anonymous
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    oops lol

  7. anonymous
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    106

  8. anonymous
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    It's easy just divide the people that own house over the (overall) number of people

  9. anonymous
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    106/200 x 100

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    where are you getiting the 100 from?

  11. anonymous
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    you use 100 to go from the decimal to the percentage

  12. anonymous
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    I got 53

  13. anonymous
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    106/200=0.53 0.53 x 100 = 53%

  14. anonymous
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    that's right

  15. anonymous
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    now try B

  16. anonymous
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    and then the next one is 200/42 right?

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    56*

  18. anonymous
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    nope

  19. anonymous
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    add up the column which says no car

  20. anonymous
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    I did, 14 and 42 is 56

  21. anonymous
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    its not specific about homeowning or not

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    14+42 / 200

  23. anonymous
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    28 percent?

  24. anonymous
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    correct

  25. anonymous
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    Thank you!

  26. anonymous
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    You might see me again soon lol.

  27. anonymous
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    no problem

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