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(sample size) * (# bass) / (Total Fish)

Take the fraction that are bass, and multiply that by your sample size

60/1500?

Ok, in the sample, there are 60 bass and (60+70+20) = 150 total fish

the fraction that are bass is 60/150

or 2/5
or 40%

then add the total after?

If 1500 Fish are sampled, you would expect 40% to be bass

1500*0.4 = 600 estimated bass

This is what we did
\[\frac{ 60 }{ 60+70+20 } = \frac{ x }{ 1500 }\]

Just scaled up the sample size to 1500 from 150 with the same expectations on percent of bass

600 would be the answer