# algebra1

Melissa wants to figure out how many fish live in a small lake by her house .She ccatces 15 fish and tags the (safely).Shethen outs thoes fish back in the lake .Then next day ,she catches 28 fish .of those 28 fish, 3 of them have the tags on them.About how many total fish live in the lake ?

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Ms. Sue
2. im sorry what are u taking about

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3. Ohhh????

All four names have posted from the same internet address in Denver.

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Ms. Sue
4. Oops -- it was Victor who responded.

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Ms. Sue
5. umm idk who u are taking about

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6. What if they are diffrent people !

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7. can you help me ?!

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8. hey look i need help !

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9. I'm not inclined to help someone who lies to me.

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Ms. Sue
10. okay than bye

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