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28 August, 09:53

Students were surveyed about their wither break plans. Of the people that stated they were going skiing, 25% did not actually go. How many students actually went skiing?

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  1. 28 August, 10:18
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    The total number of students actually went for skiing is 0.75 times the total students.

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Given as:

    Some Students were surveyed about their wither break plans.

    The percentage of students who actually did not go for skiing = 25 %

    So, The percentage of students who actually go for skiing = 100 % of students - 25 %

    I. e The percentage of students who actually go for skiing = 75 %

    Let The total number of students = x

    So, out of x students, The The percentage of students who actually go for skiing = 75 % of the total students

    I. e The The percentage of students who actually go for skiing = 75 % of x

    Or, The The percentage of students who actually go for skiing = 0.75 * x

    So, The number of students for skiing = 0.75 x

    Hence The total number of students actually went for skiing is 0.75 times the total students. Answer
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