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# Table data — Harder example

Watch Sal work through a harder Table data problem.

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• this question was actually pretty easy, compared to the other hard examples
• why do we multiply 1/4 by 5?
• You don't actually have to find 20. If 5 is 1/4 then that means that 3/4 is 3 5s. Then add the 5s together and then add 15 and 4.
• i still have problem in selecting the denominator....... can someone pls help me out?
• You don't actually have to solve for 20. If 5 is 1/4 then that means that 3/4 is 3 5s. Then add the 5s together and then add 15 and 4.
• This table didn't make sense. You can look at it from left to right too. If you do so, the answer will be totally different.
• If you solve it as whole you will see there are 0 small paintings
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• If you solve the whole table you would find that the table equals to 25 instead of 24. Can someone please clarify.