## Joseph has 150 animals on his farm. ⅕ of the animals are chickens, ⅕ of the animals are cows, and the rest of the animals are goats. How man

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Joseph has 150 animals on his farm. ⅕ of the animals are chickens, ⅕ of the animals are cows, and the rest of the animals are goats. How many goats does Joseph have on his farm?

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Answer:Joseph have 90 goats on his farm

Step-by-step explanation:To solve this problem we first have to subtract the fraction of chickens and cows from 1 to find the fraction that represents goats

(1 – ⅕) – ⅕ = 3/5

Now that we know the fraction of goats we multiply it by the total number of animals

3/5 * 150 = 90

Joseph have 90 goats on his farm

Answer:90 goats

Step-by-step explanation:Number of chickens in farm = (1/5) of 150

=

= 1 * 30

= 30

Number of cows in farm =

= 1 * 30

= 30

Number of goats in farm = 150 – (30 + 30)

= 150 – 60

= 90