Question

Food services for a school district examined the side-dish choices for students at three types of schools in the district: elementary school, middle school, and high school. side dish chosen french fries carrot sticks apple wedges total type of school elementary 85 35 23 143 middle 56 42 31 129 high 47 45 36 128 total 188 122 90 400 what proportion of students are in middle school and chose french fries? 0.1400 0.2979 0.4341 0.4700

1. nguyetanh
A. 0.1400
Step-by-step explanation:

2. niczorrrr
A ratio shows us the number of times a number contains another number. The proportion of students that are in middle school and chose french fries is 0.14.

### What is a Ratio?

A ratio shows us the number of times a number contains another number.
Given that the number of students are in middle school and choose french fries is 56, while the total number of students is 400. Therefore, the proportion of students that are in middle school and chose french fries are,
Proportion = (Number of students in middle school who choose french fries) / (Total number of students)
= 56 / 400
= 0.14
Hence, the proportion of students that are in middle school and chose french fries is 0.14.