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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?
 Question Submitted By :: Briana
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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?
Answer
# 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?
Answer
# 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?
Answer
# 3
the answer is 80 
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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?
Answer
# 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
 

 
 
 
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