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The table shows the number of classrooms needed for different numbers of students.
Total Students Classrooms
66 3
110 5
154 7
220 10

What is the relationship between Total Students and Classrooms?
A.Classrooms=Total Students divided 33
B.Classrooms=Toal Students subtract 63
C.Classrooms=Total Students divided 22
D.Classrooms=Total Students multiply 22
D?

  • Math -

    Total Students
    66
    110
    154
    220

    Classrooms
    3
    5
    7
    10

    66(students)=3(classroom)
    110(students)=5(classroom)
    154(students)=7(classroom)
    220(students)=10(classroom)

    This is the table to answer the question
    The table I posted first looked cofusing

  • Math -

    Nope. Please think some more and try again.

    Does 66 * 22 = 3?

  • Math -

    I thought it was 22 times 3 but I read the answers wrong

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    C?

  • Math -

    Yes. C is right.

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