How many 7th grade students are expected to move by the end of the year? If 12 students actually moved, did more or fewer 7th-grade students move than expected? Justify your answer.
6th-grade # of students: 250
% moves: 2%
7th-grade # of students 200
% moves: 4%
8th-grade # of students: 150
% moves: 8%
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I think the answer is B. But i'm not sureposted by Benjamin T
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Less people moved than expected.posted by imnotateacher
more people moved than expected because 4% of 200 is 8 since there is 12 people who moved out of 7th grade.
and 8 people are expected to move by the end of the yearposted by NJ
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posted by sarah
XD, this is basically a chat. I'm currently a 7th grader thoughposted by Lollipops
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