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A company recently surveyed all of its employees. Overall, 3 out of every 16 employees preferred the company's current benefit plan. Additionally, 5 out of every 8 employees preferred a different
benefit plan. A total of 150 employees did not indicate a preference for either the current benefit plan or a different benefit plan. How many employees preferred the company's current benefit plan 75 150 200 225 300
A company recently surveyed all of its employees. Overall, 3 out of every 16 employees preferred the company's current benefit plan. Additionally, 5 out of every 8 employees preferred a different benefit plan. A total of 150 employees did not indicate a preference for either the current benefit plan or a different benefit plan. 150 preferred the company's current benefit plan. 3/16x=150
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User: A company recently surveyed all of its employees. Overall, 3 out of every 16 employees preferred the company's current benefit plan. Additionally, 5 out of every 8 employees preferred a different benefit plan. A total of 150 employees did not indicate a preference for either the current benefit plan or a different benefit plan. How many employees preferred the company's current benefit plan 75 150 200 225 300

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A company recently surveyed all of its employees. Overall, 3 out of every 16 employees preferred the company's current benefit plan. Additionally, 5 out of every 8 employees preferred a different benefit plan. A total of 150 employees did not indicate a preference for either the current benefit plan or a different benefit plan. 150 preferred the company's current benefit plan.
3/16x=150
x=150÷3/16
x=150*16/3
x=800 total employees.
3/16*800=150
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akosijanryl, the question was not too long. If you can't answer a question, please pass it to another expert.
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