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Q: How many students in a class of 60 did not bring raincoats on a rainy day if 15 students were absent and 7 of those present brought raincoats?

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The proportion absent is 14/22 = 7/11

I think it is present. Absent is when your not in, then when your present you are in.

No, they are opposites, so they are antonyms.

No-Empty refers to a container with nothing in it. Absent just means someone is not present at some event or location-like absent from school.

The council has supernumerary members so that there will be the required number for voting will be present even when some members are absent.

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To find the percentage of students absent, divide the number of absent students by the total number of students and then multiply by 100. For example, if 10 students are absent out of a total of 50 students, the percentage absent would be (10/50) * 100 = 20%.

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since 100%-20%=80%, then we know 80% was there. Here is how it works. We need the percent that is absent plus the percent that is present to add up to 100% since that is all the students.

In rose pistil are present or absent

like about 19 or 20 %

No, absent and present are not homophones. Absent and present are antonyms, as absent means not being in a particular place or missing, while present means being in a particular place or existing now.

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absent present = here absent = not here

It is absent.

Present would be opposite of absent.

present and here an antonym for absent would be present, for example. good question! :-)

Absent is NOT the answer. The correct answer is "Present, here." A+