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7 squares are shaded
umm, is all the squares equal?
and there are 12 all up?
yes they are equal and yes there is 12 in total
ok so there are 12 and umm is that white line just to show were the border is?
yeah i had to draw it so you can see it wasnt together
ok so half of 12 is 6 right?
so it can't be the 50%
if you double the 1/3% then it's 2/6 and that's less than half
so it has to be 2/3% because that's the only one left
but that isnt one of the multiple choices
b? it says 41 2/3%
but how do you get 43
i mean 41
aren't the options, 3 1/3% 41 2/3% 50% 58 1/3%
Arada you don't work out this sort of question by eliminating options.... You say 5/12 = 0.41666666...... = 41 + 2/3 ..
i hate maths. i always get it wrong
I love Maths; I never get it wrong.
MICHAEL can you help me
that's because you made your name Newton
It depends what you want help with...
on this question
I just told you the answer to this question... There are 12 squares. 5 are shaded. 5/12 = 0.4166666 = 41+2/3%
can i ask a question Newton? why did you do 5/12? the shaded area is 7 squares so wouldn't it be 7/12?
there are 7 shaded
hahah you got it wrong! you are not always right then
so it is 58 and 1/3
so yea i guess so
Hahahah I got it wrong... but I study Mathematics at Cambridge, the best University in the world. Now go flutter yourself, Arada.
awwww i lost a fan! :( oh well
sorry, i'm only in grade 11.
newton you actually did it right
becuase it is hard to see the picture right it does not look like 7 and i used the sampe process you used
yea he got it right if there were 5. the process was completely correct
No need to patronise me.
sorry i didn't mean to do that.