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28 August, 13:17

a scientist counted 11 crows to every 3 hawks. if this data holds true, how many hawks would he expect to see if there were 363 crows?

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  1. 28 August, 13:36
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    99

    Step-by-step explanation:

    11 crows : 3 hawks

    363 crows: X hawks

    X/363 = 3/11

    X = 363 * 3/11

    X = 99
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