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```Of the 45 students that Jason surveyed, 36 of them like
chocolate. if jason were to survey 100 students, how many
of them could he expect to like chocolate?```
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Re: Of the 45 students that Jason surveyed, 36 of them like chocolate. if jason were to survey 100 students, how many of them could he expect to like chocolate?
# 1
80
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Sasikanth Akkala

Re: Of the 45 students that Jason surveyed, 36 of them like chocolate. if jason were to survey 100 students, how many of them could he expect to like chocolate?
# 2
No of students Of them like chocolate
45 36
100 ?
100/45*36=80

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Srisudha

Re: Of the 45 students that Jason surveyed, 36 of them like chocolate. if jason were to survey 100 students, how many of them could he expect to like chocolate?
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Rose

Re: Of the 45 students that Jason surveyed, 36 of them like chocolate. if jason were to survey 100 students, how many of them could he expect to like chocolate?
# 4
By simple calculation the answer is 80.

However, the question depends on personal choice rather
than a mathematical formula. Jason can expect more number
of students to like chocolates, but he cannot expect any
definite number.

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Sweta