Harvard university accepts 6 students for every 100

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Harvard university accepts 6 students for every 100

60 Students will be accepted.

6/100 * 850 = 51 students.

51 students

Step-by-step explanation:

Do cross- multiplication

6 × 850 = 5,100. Take 5,100 and divide that by 100= 51

51

Step-by-step explanation:

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6\100 also equals 3/50

so in turn if 50 goes into 850 exactly 17 times we can then multiply 6 by that same variable

in turn if there were 850 applicants then 102 students would be accepted into Harvard.

51 students

Step-by-step explanation: 850 divided by 100= Ans

Ans times 6= 51

*Hope this helps

51 students.

Step-by-step explanation:

First you need to establish a rate 6/100+3/50

8*100=800 6*8=48

3/50

850-800=50 3/50

48+3=51

51 accepted

Step-by-step explanation:

Well, if 6 are accepted out of 100, that's 6% or 0.06. To find how many are accepted out of 850, multiply 850 by 0.06.

51 students will be accepted into Harvard is there are 850 applicants