Help! The weight of 100 identical samples of a substance is 0.01 pound. What is the weight of 1000 samples?

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Help! The weight of 100 identical samples of a substance is 0.01 pound. What is the weight of 1000 samples?

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0.01/100 = 0.0001 x 1000 = 0.1lb
huhhh??
if 100 samples ---> 0.01 lbs then 1000 samples ---> x? cross multiply and solve for x ^_^

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ok..hmm
100x = 1000(0.01) x = 1000(0.01)/100 ^_^
did you get the way?
do i multiply 0.01 & 10?
100x=0.01. Therefore, x=0.01/100=0.0001 so x * 1000 = 0.1lb
0.01 x 1000 then divide by 100 ^_^
0.1?
excellent!
pounds right?
nvm. got it haha .h/o i got another one
wait it said that was wrong.
it did? are you sure?
yep
The weight of identical samples of a substance is 1 pound. What is the weight of samples?
I'm sure of my answer
wait... The weight of 1000 identical samples of a substance is 1 pound. What is the weight of 10 samples?
answer 0.1 pounds???
I'm sure
its 0.01 ..
how come?
1000 x 0.01 = 10 10/100 = 0.1
this is what it says...now this is what i'm dealing with. it explains it sooo confusing...u ready?lol
it says the weight of 1000 samples is one pound. to find the weight of 1 sample we divide 1 by 1000. ---> weight of 1 sample = 1 divided by 1000= 0.0001 The weight of 10 samples is 10 times this amount. weight of 10 samples = 10xweight of one sample ___> 10x0.0001=0.01 pound.
but you wrote that it's 0.01 lb
intially in the question lol
the question was The weight of 1000 identical samples of a substance is 1 pound. What is the weight of 10 samples?
LOL! see what you wrote in the question >_< you said 0.01 !
ohhhhh my bad! wow.
sorry!
LOL
hahahah
it;s okay :)
the volume of 1000 drops of a liquid is 10 fl. oz. What is the volume of 10 drops?
and im sure thats the question this time LOL
do it the same way I solved the previous question: if 1000 drops --->10fl 10 drops -----> x? cross multiply and solve for x ^_^ try
like 1000/10 X 10/x ?
lol no, cross multiply and you'll get: 1000x = 10(10) x = 100/1000 x = 0.1 ^_^
draw an X between them and you'll get 10(10) = (1000)x
^_^ did you get it?
yeah but im not sure why u divide 100/1000
to solve for x, you have : 1000x = 100 right? now get x alone and we do that by dividing both sides by 1000 x = 100/1000 :)
is it clearer now? :)
got it!!!
great :)
The weight of 1000 identical samples of a substance is 0.01 pound. What is the weight of 10,000 samples? ok i had this... 1000x/ 1000 = 10/1000 x= 0.01 and it said it was wrong.

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