# SOLUTION: You have been hired by a group of anthropologists to sort out the data that they collected from a trip to Ja-Ji, a remote island in the south Pacific. The people of Ja-Ji do not p

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Linear-equations Question 291998: You have been hired by a group of anthropologists to sort out the data that they collected from a trip to Ja-Ji, a remote island in the south Pacific. The people of Ja-Ji do not permit outsiders to count them directly; so, the anthropologists had to collect all sort of other data to get to the population. They fear that they may have missed something and your job is to make that assessment, or better yet, use what they have to get the population of Ja-Ji. This is what their notes say: People in Ja-Ji are either single or in monogamous unions. 10% of the adult population of Ja-Ji is homosexual and they are all in long term relationships. These homosexual unions constitute one fifth of the unions in Ja-Ji. There are 1,000 children, which constitute half of the single population of Ja-Ji. Answer by marcia09(1)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!People in Ja-Ji are either single or in monogamous unions. 10% of the adult population of Ja-Ji is homosexual and they are all in long term relationships. These homosexual unions constitute one fifth of the unions in Ja-Ji. There are 1,000 children, which constitute half of the single population of Ja-Ji.