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Posted by **David** on Thursday, January 28, 2010 at 1:52pm.

Here is what I have attempted so far, first I have added the ratio 3;1:2:14 together which makes 20. I have then divided the number of students (1260) by 20 which gives 63 . I have then used 63 as a denominator with the ratio figures as the numerator, so 3/63, 1/63, 2/63, 14/63. I have then multiplied each fration by the total amount of students which gave me the totals 60,20, 40 ,280. I thought this gave me the answer for the amount of students choosing each option, however, how do I explain that my answers correct, I thought that I could add the students together but that only came to 400, could someone tell me if i have gone wrong somewhere?! Sorry its a bit long winded, thanks for any help in advance

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**bobpursley**, Thursday, January 28, 2010 at 2:23pmHmmmm.

A= 3/20*1260 which is the fraction of the student population= 3*63=189

Do this for the others. Your way is wrong.

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**David**, Thursday, January 28, 2010 at 3:17pmThat would make more sense! Many thanks

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