MATH SOLVE

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Q:
# the matrix shows the numbers of ice cream cones sold at an ice creamshop one day. to the nearest percent, what percent of vanilla cones sold were double cones.Single cone 84 61 33 40Double cone 68 93 27 15A. 40%B. 60%C. 61%D. 93%

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A:

Given the matrix that shows the numbers of ice cream cones sold at an ice cream shop one day as follows

Choco Vanilla Mint Strawberry

Single cone 84 61 33 40

Double cone 68 93 27 15

From the matrix it can be seen that the total number of vanilla cones sold is given by 61 + 93 = 154 out of which 93 were double cones.

Therefore, the percent of vanilla cones sold that were double cones is given by

[tex] \frac{93}{154} \times100\%\approx60\%[/tex]

Choco Vanilla Mint Strawberry

Single cone 84 61 33 40

Double cone 68 93 27 15

From the matrix it can be seen that the total number of vanilla cones sold is given by 61 + 93 = 154 out of which 93 were double cones.

Therefore, the percent of vanilla cones sold that were double cones is given by

[tex] \frac{93}{154} \times100\%\approx60\%[/tex]