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 The Praxis II test 2002-07-09 From A student:I am taking the Praxis II test and I can't seem to answer certain styles of questions. Please help!!!!!! In a class of 29 children, each of 20 children has a dog and each of 15 has a cat. How many of the children have both a dog and a cat? If there are exactly 5 times as many children as adults at a show, which of the following CANNOT be the number of people at the show? a. 102 b. 80 c. 36 d. 30 In order to estimate the population of snails in a certain woodland, a biologist captured and marked 84 snails there were then released back into the woodland. Fifteen days later the biologist captured 90 snails from the woodland, 12 of which bore the markings of the previously captured snails. If all of the marked snails were still active in the woodland when the second group of snails were captured, what should the biologist estimate the snail population to be based on the probabilities suggested by this experiment? a. 630 b. 1,010 c. 1040 d. 1080. Answered by Paul Betts.

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