# math

The table shows the number of people that went to see a movie last week. Use these statements to complete the table.
On Thursday, 60% of the moviegoers were male.
On Friday, 35% of the moviegoers were male.
On Saturday, 70% of the moviegoers were female.
On Sunday, 45% of the moviegoers were female

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1. 42

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2. The table shows the number of people that went to see a movie last week. Use these statements to complete the table.

On Thursday, 60% of the moviegoers were male.
On Friday, 35% of the moviegoers were male.
On Saturday, 70% of the moviegoers were female.
On Sunday, 45% of the moviegoers were female.

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3. i dont know thats why im here

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4. Somebody help me I need help w/ this too :(

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5. 230; 210; 120; 270

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6. 75, 374, 85, 263. You are welcome.

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7. I need an answer to this problem on study island please

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8. 230; 210; 120; 270
this is the correct answer on study island

(75, 374, 85, 263 is not the correct answer do not put it in study island)

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9. you didn't say where they go though.

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10. Thanks Lorenzo!

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