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If there are 320 students in a school on planet Xonor, and each alien

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If there are 320 students in a school on planet Xonor, and each alien student receives 2.5 wimpungs during the course of a regular school day, and wimpungs come in packages of 4, then how many wimpung packages are needed each day?

A. 144
B. 200
C. 256
D. 512
E. 800

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Given:
    • There are 320 students in a school on planet Xonor.
    • Each alien student receives 2.5 wimpungs during the course of a regular school day
    • Wimpungs come in packages of 4

To find:
    • The number of wimpung packages needed

Approach and Working:
As each alien student receives 2.5 wimpungs,
    • Total number of wimpungs needed = 320 * 2.5

Each package has 4 wimpungs.
    • Therefore, number of packages needed = 320 * 2.5/4 = 80 * 2.5 = 200

Hence, the correct answer is option B.

Answer: B

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Re: If there are 320 students in a school on planet Xonor, and each alien  [#permalink]

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If there are 320 students in a school on planet Xonor, and each alien student receives 2.5 wimpungs during the course of a regular school day, and wimpungs come in packages of 4, then how many wimpung packages are needed each day?

A. 144
B. 200
C. 256
D. 512
E. 800



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IMO B 200
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