More than ninety-three percent of the students in a mathematics class are girls. If there is at least one boy in the class, what is the smallest possible size of the class?
Since we can only have integer results......the number of girls could be .94 * 50 = 47
So....the number of boys = 50 * . 06 = 3
So....the smallest possible class size = 50
15 With 14 girls and 1 boy, the percentage of girls is 14 / 15 which is 93.33%
The problem does not stipulate that the percentage has to be an integer.