Analyzing the scenario, we see that the situation is repeated by the second. It may be that the first time, the woman did not know. But she had already been accused before, that is, that the second time, this was considered intentional and malicious conduct.
According to the penal code § 594, this act is considered vandalism, that is the defacing of another’s property with graffiti “or other inscribed material,” or damaging or destroying another’s property and this cant be done negligently, with the will to do the damage.
If she convicted of felony vandalism again, the maximum prison sentence is three years (after being convicted before) and fines can be up to $10,000. When the damage caused by the vandalism exceeds $10,000, the fines can be increased to $50,000. Then, comes the restitution (paying the owner property for the damage), and possibly community service.
part a. there were 250 teenagers surveyed (100% of tenagers = 250)therefore 1 % = 250/100 = 2.5 76% = 1% x 76 = 2.5 x 76 = 190 teenagers of the 250 surveyed liked burgerspart b: jane surveyed 25% (which is equal to 50 teenagers, i.e. a quarter of the teenagers surveyed is 50) to get 100% we simply get 4 quarters, i.e. multiply 50 by 4 = 200 teenagers were surveyed by jane. part c: it is impossible to give an example where a percentage is greater than 100%, since, by definition , percentage means "per 100".
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