Question

Members of the student government are planning a movie night on campus. They have asked a random sample of students which of four movies the students would prefer. Here are the results.

Movie Preferred |
Number of Students |
---|---|

Movie A |
63 |

Movie B |
28 |

Movie C |
22 |

Movie D |
27 |

There are

700

students total on campus.

Based on the above information, how many students on campus would we expect to prefer Movie A? Round your answer to the nearest whole number. Do not round any intermediate calculations.

Answer #1

**Answer:**

**Given data,**

**Movie****Prefered number of
students**

Movie A 63

Movie B 28

Movie C 22

Movie D 27

Sample size = 63+28+22+27

**= 140**

**Movie A opted students number = 63**

**63 students opted Movie A out of 140**

**out of 700 students Movie A opted
by **

**= 63/140 *700**

**=315**

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Movie Preferred
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Movie A
32
Movie B
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Movie D
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