16. If a university wants to maintain a 14:1 ratio between students and teachers, how many teachers would be needed to accommodate 896 students? A. 14 teachers B. 28 teachers C. 64 teachers D. 100 teachers

a university wants to maintain a 14:1 ratio between students and teachers, 64 teachers would be needed to accommodate 896 students. 896 / 14 = 64

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a university wants to maintain a 14:1 ratio between students and teachers, 64 teachers would be needed to accommodate 896 students.

896 / 14 = 64

896 / 14 = 64

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5. A student received a 82% on an exam. If there were 50 questions on the exam, which ratio would show the number of questions answered correctly to the total number of questions? A. 59:50 B. 41:50 C. 82:50 D. 25:50

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A student received an 82% on an exam. If there were 50 questions on the exam, 41 : 50 would show the number of questions answered correctly to the total number of questions.

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Total questions = 50; 82% x 50 = 0.82 x 50 = 41; Ratio is 41 : 50.

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Total questions = 50; 82% x 50 = 0.82 x 50 = 41; Ratio is 41 : 50.

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5. A student received a 82% on an exam. If there were 50 questions on the exam, which ratio would show the number of questions answered correctly to the total number of questions? A. 59:50 B. 41:50 C. 82:50 D. 25:50

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A student received an 82% on an exam. If there were 50 questions on the exam, The ratio would show the number of questions answered correctly to the total number of questions is 41/50 . correct answer= x/50 *100 =82, x= 82* 50 /100 = 41 . ratio to the number of questions answered correctly to the total number of questions = 41/50

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5. A student received a 82% on an exam. If there were 50 questions on the exam, which ratio would show the number of questions answered correctly to the total number of questions? A. 59:50 B. 41:50 C. 82:50 D. 25:50

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A student received an 82% on an exam. If there were 50 questions on the exam, The ratio would show the number of questions answered correctly to the total number of questions is 41/50 . correct answer= x/50 *100 =82, x= 82* 50 /100 = 41 . ratio to the number of questions answered correctly to the total number of questions = 41/50

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5. A student received a 75% on an exam. If there were 20 questions on the exam, which ratio would show the number of questions answered correctly to the total number of questions? A. 15:20 B. 5:20 C. 20:5 D. 20:15

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A student received a 75% on an exam. If there were 20 questions on the exam, The ratio of the number of questions answered correctly to the total number of questions is 15:20.

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x/20 *100 =75, x =20*75/100 =15.

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x/20 *100 =75, x =20*75/100 =15.

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5. A student received a 85% on an exam. If there were 50 questions on the exam, which ratio would show the number of questions answered correctly to the total number of questions? A. 59:50 B. 41:50 C. 82:50 D. 25:50 **Weegy:** The ration is 41:50 (More)

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Hey student received an 82% on an exam. If there are 50 questions on the exam, The ratio would show the number of questions answered correctly to the total of the number of questions is: "41:50" Solving X = (50 * 82) / 100 X = 41

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