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    3. A fish and game warden captures and tags 66 deer in a local forest. A month later he captures 100 deer and that 17 of them are tagged. Estimate the actual number of deer in the forest. A) 149 B)1,022 C) 578 D) 389*** 4. Lucy wants to find out the number of frogs in a pond near her house. She catches 54 of them, puts a leg band on each frog, and puts them back in the pond. The next week, she catches 70 frogs. Of the 70 frogs, 13 have a leg band. Based on this information, what is a reasonable estimate of the number of frogs in the pond? A) 208 B) 632 C) 291 D) 111 5. In a sample of 50 museum visitors one afternoon, 22 were female and 28 were male. If there were 800 museum visitors that afternoon, estimate the number of visitors who were female. A) 220 B) 352 C) 448 D) 700*** 6. A manufacturer sample 100 wires for quality testing. Four of the wires are found to be defective. If 750 wires are produced in one hour, how many should the manufacturer expect to be defective? A) 30 B) 60 C) 75 D) 96

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