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Okay, so this one says team participation by class at Central High School in twenty. Fifteen s o. Then what is the value of T? The total number of students on teams. Okay, so for this one, we know that for the freshmen, it gives us all the information. So for the rest of these, that at least there's at least one variable involved. But for the freshmen, we've got both in number in the percent. So we know that there's one hundred and eighty freshman and it makes up fifteen percent, which means that out of the total, if you take fifteen percent of that, we should get one eighty. So then we can rewrite this as an equation and say that tea time zero point one five, which is just fifteen percent expressed as a decimal, should equal one eighty. So then all we have to do to isolate tea is divide both sides by zero point one five and then tea is equal to twelve hundred. So our answer should be what

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