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3 weeks ago

How many more followers indicated that they buy their coffee from a coffee chain compared to a speciality coffee shop?

I'll put the table below I really need this done quickly I'm not sure how to find out the number of people from percentages

I'll put the table below I really need this done quickly I'm not sure how to find out the number of people from percentages

Reply 1

3 weeks ago

Original post by Anonymous

How many more followers indicated that they buy their coffee from a coffee chain compared to a speciality coffee shop?

I'll put the table below I really need this done quickly I'm not sure how to find out the number of people from percentages

I'll put the table below I really need this done quickly I'm not sure how to find out the number of people from percentages

Here's the table:

Coffee chain - 60% of followers

Local coffee shop - 24% of followers

Speciality coffee shop - 16% of followers

Original post by Anonymous

How many more followers indicated that they buy their coffee from a coffee chain compared to a speciality coffee shop?

I'll put the table below I really need this done quickly I'm not sure how to find out the number of people from percentages

I'll put the table below I really need this done quickly I'm not sure how to find out the number of people from percentages

okay, let me see if I can help

Reply 3

3 weeks ago

Original post by KumaT

okay, let me see if I can help

God bless you thanks so much for your quick response

Original post by Anonymous

Here's the table:

Coffee chain - 60% of followers

Local coffee shop - 24% of followers

Speciality coffee shop - 16% of followers

Coffee chain - 60% of followers

Local coffee shop - 24% of followers

Speciality coffee shop - 16% of followers

Could you give me the whole digital

Reply 5

3 weeks ago

Original post by KumaT

Could you give me the whole digital

That's exactly the problem there is nothing else apart from that

Reply 6

3 weeks ago

Original post by KumaT

Could you give me the whole digital

The answers is one of these

220

7714

7813

9054

11066

Reply 7

3 weeks ago

Original post by KumaT

Could you give me the whole digital

I can't work it out

Original post by Anonymous

I can't work it out

I couldn’t understand it, can you send me the picture

Reply 9

3 weeks ago

Original post by KumaT

I couldn’t understand it, can you send me the picture

I can't send a picture on here it won't allow me

Reply 10

3 weeks ago

Original post by Anonymous

I can't send a picture on here it won't allow me

That's literally the question there's no other numbers provided

Original post by Anonymous

Here's the table:

Coffee chain - 60% of followers

Local coffee shop - 24% of followers

Speciality coffee shop - 16% of followers

Coffee chain - 60% of followers

Local coffee shop - 24% of followers

Speciality coffee shop - 16% of followers

60%x100= 60

24%x100= 24

16%x100= 16

60-16= 44% followers

I am not that sure about it. I hope it’s can help in someways

Original post by KumaT

60%x100= 60

24%x100= 24

16%x100= 16

60-16= 44% followers

I am not that sure about it. I hope it’s can help in someways

24%x100= 24

16%x100= 16

60-16= 44% followers

I am not that sure about it. I hope it’s can help in someways

I hope someone will reply your question

Reply 13

3 weeks ago

Original post by Anonymous

The answers is one of these

220

7714

7813

9054

11066

220

7714

7813

9054

11066

Hello

So I am also trying to work this out and from what I can tell the question is asking you to compare how many people are in the Coffee chain and how many or in the speciality. So for this to be solvable you will need to first figure out or better yet told as part of the question. But that doesn't seem to have been the case, the total number of people that all three categories combined total.

Then if you knew the total number all three groups combined equalled to you could then do that figure take away 24% on a calculator or if this for a non calc question for example 24% of 100 is 24 so for the 24% of say 200 you would times the 24 by 2 then take the answer away (48 ) from the 200.

Which in this example would leave 152. You would then do the same again for the lowest number that is actually apart of the question. By which I mean in this case you would work out 16% of 200 ( 32), then deduct that answer in this case 32 from 152. The result being 152 take away 32 equals 120. So in this example there would be 120 more people who use the Coffee chain versus 32 who use the speciality Coffee shops.

Unfortunately without knowing what the physically number/ total that 100% or all three equals to I have no idea which of the possible answers it could be. Instinctively I want to rule out 11066 but that's only because it is the highest number. But to try and help let me list the following based on the possible answers.

Using a calculator and assuming the answers are the 60% (Coffee chain ):

220 plus 40% equals 308 for 100%

7714 plus 40% equals 10, 779.6 ( 100, 780 rounded up)

7813 plus 40% equals 10, 938 rounded

9054 plus 40% equals 12, 676 rounded

11066 plus 40% equals 15,492 rounded.

Unfortunately like I said without knowing the total number of people/ fans that the 100% equals to I have no idea which possible answer the correct one is.

Reply 14

3 weeks ago

Original post by LeoWolfish

Hello

So I am also trying to work this out and from what I can tell the question is asking you to compare how many people are in the Coffee chain and how many or in the speciality. So for this to be solvable you will need to first figure out or better yet told as part of the question. But that doesn't seem to have been the case, the total number of people that all three categories combined total.

Then if you knew the total number all three groups combined equalled to you could then do that figure take away 24% on a calculator or if this for a non calc question for example 24% of 100 is 24 so for the 24% of say 200 you would times the 24 by 2 then take the answer away (48 ) from the 200.

Which in this example would leave 152. You would then do the same again for the lowest number that is actually apart of the question. By which I mean in this case you would work out 16% of 200 ( 32), then deduct that answer in this case 32 from 152. The result being 152 take away 32 equals 120. So in this example there would be 120 more people who use the Coffee chain versus 32 who use the speciality Coffee shops.

Unfortunately without knowing what the physically number/ total that 100% or all three equals to I have no idea which of the possible answers it could be. Instinctively I want to rule out 11066 but that's only because it is the highest number. But to try and help let me list the following based on the possible answers.

Using a calculator and assuming the answers are the 60% (Coffee chain ):

220 plus 40% equals 308 for 100%

7714 plus 40% equals 10, 779.6 ( 100, 780 rounded up)

7813 plus 40% equals 10, 938 rounded

9054 plus 40% equals 12, 676 rounded

11066 plus 40% equals 15,492 rounded.

Unfortunately like I said without knowing the total number of people/ fans that the 100% equals to I have no idea which possible answer the correct one is.

So I am also trying to work this out and from what I can tell the question is asking you to compare how many people are in the Coffee chain and how many or in the speciality. So for this to be solvable you will need to first figure out or better yet told as part of the question. But that doesn't seem to have been the case, the total number of people that all three categories combined total.

Then if you knew the total number all three groups combined equalled to you could then do that figure take away 24% on a calculator or if this for a non calc question for example 24% of 100 is 24 so for the 24% of say 200 you would times the 24 by 2 then take the answer away (48 ) from the 200.

Which in this example would leave 152. You would then do the same again for the lowest number that is actually apart of the question. By which I mean in this case you would work out 16% of 200 ( 32), then deduct that answer in this case 32 from 152. The result being 152 take away 32 equals 120. So in this example there would be 120 more people who use the Coffee chain versus 32 who use the speciality Coffee shops.

Unfortunately without knowing what the physically number/ total that 100% or all three equals to I have no idea which of the possible answers it could be. Instinctively I want to rule out 11066 but that's only because it is the highest number. But to try and help let me list the following based on the possible answers.

Using a calculator and assuming the answers are the 60% (Coffee chain ):

220 plus 40% equals 308 for 100%

7714 plus 40% equals 10, 779.6 ( 100, 780 rounded up)

7813 plus 40% equals 10, 938 rounded

9054 plus 40% equals 12, 676 rounded

11066 plus 40% equals 15,492 rounded.

Unfortunately like I said without knowing the total number of people/ fans that the 100% equals to I have no idea which possible answer the correct one is.

Thanks so much for trying.

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