During the first term of the school year, Mrs. Farache had 24 students in her French class. In the second term, there were 31 students. What is the percent of change in the number of students?
There are 28.8 to equal it 29 females are in a class
60 percent are women
Here are 10 students getting honors credits in a class, and they make up 20% of the class. How do we find the number of students in the class? Let's look. We have a class, and 20% of the class are getting honors credit, and that turns out to be 10 students. Now we can generate a formula that we can use to discover our answer. Let's assign letters to the things we know or are finding out. Nclass = number of students in the class. Nhonors = number of honors students in the class. And Nhonors = 10 students. Nclass x 20% = 10 students 20% = 20/100ths (because % = hundredths) or 0.20 or just 0.2 for simplicity. Nclass x .2 = 10 students Now divide both sides by .2 so the .2 will cancel out (or drop out) on the left side of the equation and we'll have isolated the answer we are looking for, which is Nclass. Nclass = 10 students divided by .2 Nclass = 10/.2 students = 50 students There are 50 students in the class. As .2 equals 2/10 or 1/5, we can find 1/5th of 50 just by thinking about it to check our work. And 1/5th of 50 equals 10, which is in agreement with the information we were given in the problem.
Any number up to & including 14 in the new classes
like about 19 or 20 %