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A school offers both Spanish and Chinese language classes. This past week,  students dropped from the Chinese classes, which increased the number of students who take neither class from  to . How did this change impact the number of students who take the Spanish class but not the Chinese class?

Enter positive numbers to indicate an increase and negative numbers to indicate a decrease.

 May 8, 2021
edited by mathisopandcool  May 8, 2021
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These people... >:( 

 

Please actually ask a question that makes sense. 

 

"...increased the number of students who take neither class from  to ." 


From what to what? 

 May 8, 2021
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Hello, LaTeX is rendered as an image and please make sure to type those fancy numbers out next time.

 

Question: 

A school offers both Spanish and Chinese language classes. This past week, 10 students dropped from the Chinese classes, which increased the number of students who take neither class from 27 to 31. How did this change impact the number of students who take the Spanish class but not the Chinese class?

 

A school offers both Spanish and Chinese language classes. This past week, 10 students dropped from the Chinese classes, which increased the number of students who take neither class from 27 to 31. How did this change impact the number of students who take the Spanish class but not the Chinese class?

31-27=4 people totally dropped out of both

10-4 = 6 people more who have dropped out of Chinese but still take Spanish.


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