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28 February, 05:48

If the number of professors in a college is P and the number of students S, and there are 12 times as many students as professors, write an algebraic equation that shows the relationship

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  1. 28 February, 06:29
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    The answer is S = 12P.

    Step-by-step explanation:

    12 times as many students as professors implies that the number of students is equal to 12 times the number of professors. That is, S = 12P.
  2. 28 February, 07:42
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    The answer is 12P = S

    This is because the amount of students are 12 times as much as the number of professors, so you have to multiply the number of professors by 12 to get the number of students.
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