Question Bryan is sitting on a bench in the mall. He noticed that 18 out of the last 60 men who walked by had a beard . Considering this data how many of the next 90 men who walk by should Bryan expect to have a beard?

Answer: 27 Step-by-step explanation: every 30 men = 9 men with beards you have 30 3 times in 90 so you get 27 60÷2=30 18÷2=9 30 men normal = 9 men with beards 90÷30=3 3×9=27 Log in to Reply

Answer:27

Step-by-step explanation:every 30 men = 9 men with beards

you have 30 3 times in 90 so you get 27

60÷2=30

18÷2=9

30 men normal = 9 men with beards

90÷30=3

3×9=27