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A cola company wants to test their cola against their biggest competitor's cola. They decide to randomly sample 150 people. The results from their survey show that 98 people out of 150 people prefer their cola to their competitor's. What is the best prediction of the number of people who will prefer their cola if 1,200 people are asked? 784 1,078 980 686 If six out of 15 customers order a chicken sandwich, how many chicken sandwiches should a restaurant predict they will need to serve 270 people? 108 270 90 120

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