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28 March, 19:17

An afterschool program offers tutoring for different subjects during the last month, a teacher recorded the number of students who participated in tutoring in each subject as shown in the table below. explain how the teachers could use this data to predict how many of the next 100 students will participate in math tutoring.

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Subject - Number of Students

Math 40

Science 55

English 47

History 58

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  1. 28 March, 20:02
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    I’m not exactly sure, but I think you have to find the percentage of the people in the math tutoring compared to the total. You can do this by finding the total number of people, which would be 200, and then dividing 40 by 200, to get 20%, so 20% of the total students participated in the math tutoring. So, using this logic, 20% of 100 is 20, so 20 students would go to math tutoring if there was a total of 100 students
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