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6 July, 21:09

A survey found that 18 out of 90 families take a vacation each year. How many families out of 6,000 would be expected to take a vacation each year?

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  1. 6 July, 23:06
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    1200 families

    Step-by-step explanation:

    If 18 out of 90 families take a vacation each year, to find out the number of families out of 6000 that would brake a vacation each year, we will use the law of equality as shown:

    18 = 90families

    x = 6000families

    Cross multiplying we have!

    90x = 18*6000

    x = 6000 * 18/90

    x = 6000*1/5

    x = 1200 families

    This means that 1200 out of 6000 families will take vacation each year.
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