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Nov 3, 2018

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Okay. We are given that $$90^\circ = 12$$ children.

Let's first solve for the mint portion. $$45^\circ$$ is half of $$90^\circ$$, so the number of children that like mint ice cream should also be half of the number of children who like vanilla, giving us $$\boxed 6$$ children who like mint ice cream.

Next, let's solve for the angle measure of the strawberry portion of the pie chart. We are given that $$14$$ children voted for strawberry. I'm going to use ratios to solve this one.

$$12 : 14 = 90 : x$$.

$$12x = 1260$$.

$$x = 105$$.

So the angle measure of the strawberry portion is $$\boxed{105^\circ}$$.

Finally, let's solve for the number of children who like chocolate ice cream. $$120$$ is $$\frac{4}{3}$$ of $$90$$, so the number of children who like chocolate ice cream should also be $$\frac{4}{3}$$ of the number of children who like vanilla ice cream.

$$12 \times \frac{4}{3} = 16$$.

Therefore, $$\boxed{16}$$ children like chocolate ice cream.

Hope that helps!

Nov 3, 2018

#1
+738
+16

Okay. We are given that $$90^\circ = 12$$ children.

Let's first solve for the mint portion. $$45^\circ$$ is half of $$90^\circ$$, so the number of children that like mint ice cream should also be half of the number of children who like vanilla, giving us $$\boxed 6$$ children who like mint ice cream.

Next, let's solve for the angle measure of the strawberry portion of the pie chart. We are given that $$14$$ children voted for strawberry. I'm going to use ratios to solve this one.

$$12 : 14 = 90 : x$$.

$$12x = 1260$$.

$$x = 105$$.

So the angle measure of the strawberry portion is $$\boxed{105^\circ}$$.

Finally, let's solve for the number of children who like chocolate ice cream. $$120$$ is $$\frac{4}{3}$$ of $$90$$, so the number of children who like chocolate ice cream should also be $$\frac{4}{3}$$ of the number of children who like vanilla ice cream.

$$12 \times \frac{4}{3} = 16$$.

Therefore, $$\boxed{16}$$ children like chocolate ice cream.

Hope that helps!

KnockOut Nov 3, 2018