Students and teachers at a school were polled to see if they were in favor of extending the parking lot into part of the athletic fields.

kuCAu 2021-09-14 Answered
Students and teachers at a school were polled to see if they were in favor of extending the parking lot into part of the athletic fields. The results of the poll are shown in the two-way table. Which of the following statements is false? A. Thirty-nine students were polled in all. B. Fourteen teachers were polled in all. C. Twenty-three students are not in favor of extending the parking lot. D. Nine teachers are in favor of extending the parking lot. In FavorNot in Favor Students1623 Teachers914

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Answered 2021-09-15 Author has 14759 answers
We are given:
2) 16+23=39
A) We determine the total number of students polled:
3) 9+14=23
B) We determine the total number of teachers polled:
4) 23
C) We determine the number of students who are not in favor of extending the parking lot:
5) 9
D) We determine the number of teachers who are in favor of extending the parking lot:
6
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