anonymous
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what percent of the figure below is shaded? picture on bottom a. 3 1/3% b. 41 2/3% c.50% d. 58 1/3%
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anonymous
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7 squares are shaded
anonymous
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umm, is all the squares equal?

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anonymous
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and there are 12 all up?
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes they are equal and yes there is 12 in total
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok so there are 12 and umm is that white line just to show were the border is?
anonymous
  • anonymous
yeah i had to draw it so you can see it wasnt together
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok so half of 12 is 6 right?
anonymous
  • anonymous
so it can't be the 50%
anonymous
  • anonymous
if you double the 1/3% then it's 2/6 and that's less than half
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes
anonymous
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so it has to be 2/3% because that's the only one left
anonymous
  • anonymous
but that isnt one of the multiple choices
anonymous
  • anonymous
b? it says 41 2/3%
anonymous
  • anonymous
but how do you get 43
anonymous
  • anonymous
i mean 41
anonymous
  • anonymous
aren't the options, 3 1/3% 41 2/3% 50% 58 1/3%
anonymous
  • anonymous
Arada you don't work out this sort of question by eliminating options.... You say 5/12 = 0.41666666...... = 41 + 2/3 ..
anonymous
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41+2/3% *
anonymous
  • anonymous
i hate maths. i always get it wrong
anonymous
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OHH WOW
anonymous
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I love Maths; I never get it wrong.
anonymous
  • anonymous
MICHAEL can you help me
anonymous
  • anonymous
that's because you made your name Newton
anonymous
  • anonymous
It depends what you want help with...
anonymous
  • anonymous
on this question
anonymous
  • anonymous
I just told you the answer to this question... There are 12 squares. 5 are shaded. 5/12 = 0.4166666 = 41+2/3%
anonymous
  • anonymous
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?
anonymous
  • anonymous
there are 7 shaded
anonymous
  • anonymous
hahah you got it wrong! you are not always right then
anonymous
  • anonymous
so it is 58 and 1/3
anonymous
  • anonymous
so 7/12=0.583333333
anonymous
  • anonymous
so yea i guess so
anonymous
  • anonymous
Hahahah I got it wrong... but I study Mathematics at Cambridge, the best University in the world. Now go flutter yourself, Arada.
anonymous
  • anonymous
awwww i lost a fan! :( oh well
anonymous
  • anonymous
sorry, i'm only in grade 11.
anonymous
  • anonymous
You're american?
anonymous
  • anonymous
newton you actually did it right
anonymous
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na australian
anonymous
  • anonymous
becuase it is hard to see the picture right it does not look like 7 and i used the sampe process you used
anonymous
  • anonymous
yea he got it right if there were 5. the process was completely correct
anonymous
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¬_¬
anonymous
  • anonymous
No need to patronise me.
anonymous
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sorry i didn't mean to do that.

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