The TOTAL NUMBER of students who chose the ZOO is how many times as great as the TOTAL NUMBER of students who chose the PLANETARIUM?CLASS Students who chose th
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The TOTAL NUMBER of students who chose the ZOO is how many times as great as the TOTAL NUMBER of students who chose the PLANETARIUM?CLASS Students who chose the Zoo Students who chose the Museum Students who chose the Planetarium CLASS
Students who chose the Zoo
Students who chose the Museum
Students who chose the Planetarium
A
10
9
8
B
8
11
11
C
12
8
5
D
6
10
8
Students who chose the Zoo
Students who chose the Museum
Students who chose the Planetarium
A
10
9
8
B
8
11
11
C
12
8
5
D
6
10
8
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1. User Answers Billymkhoi
Okay I just do part A as an example.
The number of students who chose the zoo, students who chose the museum, and students who chose the planetarium is 10, 9, and 8 respectively.
10 students /8 students= 1.25.
The number of students who chose the zoo is 1.25 times as many as the students who chose the planetarium.
We do the same thing for B, C, and D.
Hope this helps~