The second period College Algebra class of 33 students could do n problems in x hours. If 3 students were absent, how long would it take to do 100 problems?
The second period College Algebra class of 33 students could do n problems in x hours. If 3 students were absent, how long would it take to do 100 problems?
The average student does n/(x.33) problems per hour (total of n problems done in: 33 times x hours of student effort).
Therefore to do 100 problems with 30 students would take h hours where: