donald trump shouldn’t be impeached. if the alleged action would be impeachable if true, so must be the allegation if false. anything else would give the president the power to distort democracy by calling his opponents criminals without ever having to prove it .for more than a few reasons, more and more americans are beginning to support the impeachment of donald trump or at the very least believe he will be impeached eventually. short of trump trying to establish himself as king, i think impeachment is a very bad idea. i cant believe you democrats' would throw shade on him for reasons that you dont even have proof of. ugh. liberals.

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Explanation:

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I believe the answer is A) How do you think the new e-mail communication policy will affect parent-teacher communication.

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5 teachers, students 125

4 teachers, students 100

Step-by-step explanation:

step 1

Find teacher-to-student ratio in the table

To determine the ratio, divide the number of teachers by the number of students

6 grade

[tex]\frac{1}{25}[/tex]

7 grade

[tex]\frac{2}{50}[/tex]

Simplify

[tex]\frac{1}{25}[/tex]

8 grade

[tex]\frac{3}{75}[/tex]

Simplify

[tex]\frac{1}{25}[/tex]

step 2

Verify each case

case a) 5 teachers, students 125

[tex]ratio=\frac{5}{125}[/tex]

Simplify

Divide by 5 both numerator and denominator

[tex]ratio=\frac{1}{25}[/tex]

Compare with the ratio described in the table

[tex]\frac{1}{25}=\frac{1}{25}[/tex]

therefore

This ratio maintains the proportional relationship described in the table

case b) 4 teachers, students 120

[tex]ratio=\frac{4}{120}[/tex]

Simplify

Divide by 4 both numerator and denominator

[tex]ratio=\frac{1}{30}[/tex]

Compare with the ratio described in the table

[tex]\frac{1}{30}\neq \frac{1}{25}[/tex]

therefore

This ratio not maintains the proportional relationship described in the table

case c) 4 teachers, students 100

[tex]ratio=\frac{4}{100}[/tex]

Simplify

Divide by 4 both numerator and denominator

[tex]ratio=\frac{1}{25}[/tex]

Compare with the ratio described in the table

[tex]\frac{1}{25}=\frac{1}{25}[/tex]

therefore

This ratio maintains the proportional relationship described in the table

case d) 6 teachers, students 130

[tex]ratio=\frac{6}{130}[/tex]

Simplify

[tex]ratio=\frac{3}{65}[/tex]

Compare with the ratio described in the table

[tex]\frac{3}{65}\neq\frac{1}{25}[/tex]

therefore

This ratio not maintains the proportional relationship described in the table

case e) 7 teachers, students 125

[tex]ratio=\frac{7}{125}[/tex]

Compare with the ratio described in the table

[tex]\frac{7}{125}\neq\frac{1}{25}[/tex]

therefore

This ratio not maintains the proportional relationship described in the table

answer:

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explanation:

donald trump shouldn’t be impeached. if the alleged action would be impeachable if true, so must be the allegation if false. anything else would give the president the power to distort democracy by calling his opponents criminals without ever having to prove it .for more than a few reasons, more and more americans are beginning to support the impeachment of donald trump or at the very least believe he will be impeached eventually. short of trump trying to establish himself as king, i think impeachment is a very bad idea. i cant believe you democrats' would throw shade on him for reasons that you dont even have proof of. ugh. liberals.

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I know MayaTho answered but i just wanna clarify that A is the correct answer, I just took the test so I would know.