anonymous
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a manufacturer has a ratio of three defective toys for every 250 that are produced. given 5,000 toys are produced everyday, what is the number of defective toys produced each day?
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anonymous
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if 3 toys are defective out of 250, how many toys are defective out of 500?
anonymous
  • anonymous
6
anonymous
  • anonymous
right?

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anonymous
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right
anonymous
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so how many toys are defective out of 5000?
anonymous
  • anonymous
There are 20 batches of 250 in 5000. Each batch has 3 defective toys, so there will be 3 x 20 = 60 defective toys in 5000.
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oh great thanks
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anyone know where i can get science help?
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biology/A&P
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Have you tried the other groups on this site? I know they're usually dead, but...
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better than nothing.
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Look for lectures on YouTube.
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Depends on the level you need.
anonymous
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thanks
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i have another question
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math
anonymous
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go ahead and post it in a new thread. This thread is too long and confusing
anonymous
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since im bad at math
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would need a question so as to answer... ;)
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tnt, do you have your other question? I have to go soon...

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