# Math

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the ratio of males to females in a college class is 2:6. If there are 72 students in the class, how many are male?

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m = male

Cross multiply and solve for m.

2/8 = m/72

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18?

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Right.

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Thank you so much Ms. Sue! You have been so much help :)

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You're very welcome.

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