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Of the 60 people in a room, three-fourths (3/4) of the people are men and two-fifths (2/5) of the people have blonde hair. What is the least number of men in the room who could have blonde hair?

Sep 10, 2020

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Let's just say that thee are 100 people in the room

75 are men

40 have blond hair

100 - 40 = 60

75 - 60 = 15 men would be the least number with blond hair

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Of the 60 people in a room, three-fourths (3/4) of the people are men, and two-fifths (2/5) of the people have blonde hair. What is the least number of men in the room who could have blonde hair?

Of the 60 people,  (3/4) or 45 are men             ( I guess 15 are women)

Of the 60 people (2/5) or 24 have blonde hair

If all 15 women have blonde hair, then only 9 men have blonde hair.

Sep 11, 2020