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# -if 6000 people voted in the election, how many people were from 18 to 29 years old. -if 12000 people voted in the election, how many were from 50 to 64 years old - if 596 people voted in the election, how many were over 65 years oldplease explain how you got ur answer.β

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Part 1No of people voted in the election =6000 No of people from18to 29 years as a percentage =10%No of people from 18 to 29 voted =[tex]6000 \times 10 \div 100 = 600[/tex]Part 2No of people voted in the election = 12000No of people from 50 to 64 as a percentage=35%No of people from 50 to 64 voted= [tex]12000 \times 35 \div 100 = 120 \times 35[/tex]Part 3Noof people voted in the election =596No of people over 65 as a percentage =25%No of people over 65 voted=[tex]596 \times 25 \div 100 = [/tex]I told you the method. Please do the calculations