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A board game uses a bag of 105 lettered tiles. You randomly choose a tile and return it to the bag. The table shows the number of vowels and the number of consonants after 50 draws. Predict the number of vowels in the bag.
This is what the table says:

Vowels Consonants
18 32

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  1. how,s it going, u need any help understanding or...?

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  2. 18/32 * 105 = 59

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  3. oops.
    18/50 * 105 = 37.8

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  4. you are all wrong

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  5. Then why don't you answer the question?

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  6. The answer is actually 38

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