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In a school there are 200 students in 7 different rooms. 13% are in room 1, 15% are in room 2, 17% are in room 3, 14% are in room 4, 16% are in room 5 and 19% in room 6 and 6% are in room 7. a) How many students are in each room? b) Suggest a reason why room 7 has a much smaller number of students.
Question asked by: carbery

Asked on: 04 Mar 2009

The only truthful reason for there being less in room 7 is because that is how the person who wrote the question has written the question - anything else is just speculation, the only true and correct answer therefore is that it is how the question was written.
By: knowitall
Replied at: 11 Mar 2009
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