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On average, you are able to make 20 customer contacts every 12 weeks. Assuming your rate of customer

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On average, you are able to make 20 customer contacts every 12 weeks. Assuming your rate of customer contacts stays the same, how many would you be able to make in 30 weeks? 

Nov 21st, 2014

For this question, we can set up a proportion: 20 contacts/12 weeks = x contacts/30 weeks. To solve for x, all we have to do is multiply both sides by 30, giving us this:

20/12=x/30

30*20/12=x

x=50 contacts made in 30 weeks

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