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Asked Dec 3, 2019
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Suppose that College A has four-fifths the enrollment of College B.

(i) If College B has 2000 students, how many students does College A have?

(ii) If College A has 2000 students, how many students does College B have?

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Consider the given statement as College A has four-fifths the enrolment of College B 4 Mathematically, the statement can be written as A =-B 5 Here, the number of students in College B is 2000. That is. B = 2000 4 B and simplify for A 5 Substitute B= 2000 in the equation A = (2000) A 5 4(400) 1600 Thus, the number of students in College A is A 1600

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