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in a recent survey of middle school students about pizza toppings, it was found that 25 students like pepperoni pizza, 31 like banana peppers pizza, and 5 likes both pepperoni and banana peppers on their pizza. if 66 students were surveyed, how many students do not like banana peppers on their pizza.

the answer is a.20

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  1. How did you get 20? I get a different answer.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. This question is from a quiz or test from connections academy.
    lol go call your teacher to set up a tutoring session.

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  3. It said that of 66 students , 31 like banana peppers.
    So 35 do not like banana peppers.

    The rest of the data is just harmless smoke

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  4. I find it alarming that so many students appear to be in getting their education from on-line charter "schools" like Connection Academy. Many of the problems posted are of such a simplistic nature, that most capable students would just have to know. If you are paying in excess of $6000 tuition to get question like the one posted above, in my humble opinion, you are getting cheated out of a proper education.

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  5. Amen, Reiny.

    Even if their tuition is free, many of them are still being cheated of a real education.

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    Ms. Sue
  6. Reiny, mind your business. I'm not paying a 6000 dollar tuition to go to a online PUBLIC school. Get your facts straight before stating your "humble opinion." If it bothers you SO much, why are you still answering questions?

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  7. Amen l-/ I agree these public school kids dont know jack about how homeschool kids sufer Morning eat breakfast no friends to eat with lessons till lunch no friends then all the way till 4:00 nothing to do but stick your finguire in your own

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  8. Well, the rest of you who aren't learning manners, which also matter in life, so...be nice.

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  9. Ok. your are entitled to your "Humble opinion," so that means I'm entitled to my opinion. Mine isn't so "humble" however. First, you say "real education," honey please. Sometimes we struggle. Did you look up "websites to cheat on tests?" I'm sorry, but you DID NOT just come across this website. I get a very real education. Sometimes I do not understand what I am supposed to be learning, not to mention the fact that my math teacher has the most annoying voice ever. I don't get on her LL, because it lags and her voice. Sadly, I fell behind in what I am supposed to be learning. I come here, just like thousands of other kids. Do not put yourself up so high on your horse, when really, your just like all of us who are trying to pick ourselves up off the ground. Next year, my grades will really count, so I will not use this website, but attend all LL. All I'm saying is don't judge.
    Quote: Do not judge someone until you walk a mile in their shoes- Eminem

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  10. Wow y’all just arguing ova some petty stuff instead of figuring out the answer

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  11. 25 - 5 = 20

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