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(2/50)X 100=4%oquiella wrote: If the percent of tagged fish in the second catch approximates the percent of tagged fish in the pond, what is the approximate number of fish in the pond?

Whats your approach?

(50/4)X 100=1250 (C)

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Mon Oct 19, 2015 7:03 am- Forum: Problem Solving
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##### Factors

Q:In how many ways can 2310 be expressed as a product of 3 factors ?

A)21

B)23

C)41

D)46

E)56

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You are correct, Brent! Sorry - I added an extra x...thanks for correcting and answering the question. I'm clear now:) Thanks again, B Even if we remove the extra x, x=0 cannot be a valid solution for the quadratic,since division by zero is undefined. After removing the extra x, we have:- x(x-5+6/x...

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##### Request SC practice questions 750+ range

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Scholars who once thought Native Americans literatures were solely oral narratives recorded by missionaries or anthropologists now understand this body of work to consist of both oral literatures and the written works of Native American Authors,who have been publishing since 1772. A. Scholars who o...

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The soap manufacturer conceded that its product may have contributed to the recent outbreak of skin irritation experienced by its consumers and having pulled the product, led to a sharp drop in the companyâ€™s share price. A)having pulled the product, led to B)pulled the product, leading to C)pulli...

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