In year 1 of a science programme, 17 students studied Maths(with calculus), MC, and 34 studied Maths(with statistics), MS. In year 2, 15 of those students then chose Physical chemistry, CP, 16 chose Forensic chemistry CF, and 20 chose Biological chemistry, CB.
| Physical, CP | Forensic, CF | Biological, CB | Totals |
Maths(+calculus), MC | ? | ? | ? | 17 |
Maths(+statistics), MS | ? | ? | ? | 34 |
Totals | 15 | 16 | 20 | 51 |
Assuming that the ratio of MC:MS remains 1:2 in each year 2 module, calculate how many students there would be from each of MC and MS in each of the modules CP, CF and CB.
Note that in this calculation it is possible to have
fractions of students!
Select ALL of the following answers that are TRUE.
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