pre algebra

all 500 students at robinson junior high were surveyed to find their favorite sport how many more students played baseball than soccer

soccer is 10%
basketball is 27%
football is 38%
baseball is 25%

a. 50 students
b. 175 students
c. 75 students
d. 125 students
i think its a or c. not sure tho...

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  1. 0.25 * 500 = 125
    0.1 * 500 = 50


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  2. 75. i'm an . thx

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  3. LOL!! You're not an ! You just had a brief brain malfunction.


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  4. There are 463 students going on a trip. there are nine buses and 13 students traveling cars. how many students are in each bus

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  5. A survey asked students from grades 8 and 9 about their favorite sport. The table contains data from the survey.
    Baseball Basketball Football Hockey Soccer
    Grade 8 8 2 12 3 5
    Grade 9 6 3 10 2 4

    The percentage of 8th grade students who said football is their favorite sport is
    The percentage of students who said baseball is their favorite sport who are in 8th grade is
    The percentage of 9th grade students who said soccer is their favorite sport is

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