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Managers of a local shopping mall selected a random sample of shoppers and recorded the gender of each. Here are their results.
Gender Number of People
Male
75
Female
108
Based on this sample, how many of the next
2000
shoppers would we predict to be male? Round your answer to the nearest whole number. Do not round any intermediate calculations.

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  1. 75/183 = 0.4098

    0.4098 * 2,000 = 819.67 = 820

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