HotPinkGirl
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A researcher, studying dolphins in the wild, made the following sketch. each dot on the map represents one dolphin. the area surveyed by the scientists was 1 km^2. based on the researchers data how many dolphins would you estimate to be in a 3 km^2 area A. 3 B. 7 C. 14 D. 21
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HotPinkGirl
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campbell_st
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so on average there are 7 dolphins per 1 km^2 so in 3km^2 I'd multiply the information above by 3

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HotPinkGirl
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so i multiply 7 by 3?
HotPinkGirl
  • HotPinkGirl
@campbell_st is the answer 21?
campbell_st
  • campbell_st
that would be my answer
HotPinkGirl
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ok,thanks : )

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