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helpp!!

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  1. anonymous
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    *assists*

  2. anonymous
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    if there is a circle and 1/3 of it is shaded and then another 1/4 of it was also shaded. how much of the circle is not shaded?

  3. anonymous
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    58.33%?

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    Oh wait not shaded..

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    Does it need to be a fraction?

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    and its a fraction

  7. anonymous
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    yes but i figured it out. wil u help me with this one?

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    I can try, sure.

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    if 4/7 of a circle is shaded and another 1/3 of it is also shaded..how much of it is not shaded?

  10. anonymous
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    10/21? LOL I have no idea. :(

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    2/21....(4/7)=(12/21) & (1/3)=(7/21)....so, (12/21)+(7/21)=(19/21). 1=(21/21). Therefore, (21/21)-(19/21)=(2/21)....(2/21) is the fraction of the circle that is not shaded, so that's your answer.

  12. anonymous
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    linalg will u help me with this one too? There are 96new houses being built in a neighborhood. Last month, 1/3 of them were sold. This month, 3/8 of the remaining houses were sold. How many houses are left to be sold?

  13. anonymous
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    40

  14. anonymous
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    ur right!!

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    A bookstore had 72 copies of a magazine. Yesterday, it sold 1/4 of them. Today, it sold 1/6 of what remained. How many copies does the bookstore have left?

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    First you have to figure out what fraction of 96 were sold the last month..so, 96 (1/3) = 32. This means that after the first month there are 96-32=64 houses remaining. Then 3/8 of those houses were sold. So, 64(3/8)= 24 house. So, 24 houses were sold during the second month. Simply subtract that from 64 which is how many houses remained after the first month and you get 64-24= 40 houses.

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    You should be able to start catching on and doing them yourself. Try to figure out how I did the last one.

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    i can't do it .. im lost

  19. anonymous
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    You just have to think about the problem in segments. It always seems to give you a number to start with. For example 72 magazines in the last problem you gave me. And then you have to use the fractions (1/4) to figure out how many magazines were sold yesterday. Figure that out real quick. Message me how many books were sold after yesterday.

  20. anonymous
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    ok i think i got it ..h/o

  21. anonymous
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    What answer did you get for the magazine problem?

  22. anonymous
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    45???

  23. anonymous
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    Yes! Good job! haha

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    hahah thanks :))

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    keep an eye out for me bc i will be needing ur help again here in a minute lol

  26. anonymous
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    Ann had 45 fliers to post around town. Last week, she posted 2/3 of them. This week, she posted 4/5 of the remaining fliers. How many fliers has she still not posted?

  27. anonymous
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    i got 6 3/4 but it said that was wrong.

  28. anonymous
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    Ya, that's wrong. Show me what you did to figure it out

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