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Answer the problems on this worksheet, and i will fan you

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  1. anonymous
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  2. anonymous
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    which problem?

  3. anonymous
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    number 1 15 * 8 = 120 3*3 = 9 *2 = 18 120-18 = 102

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    thankyou please do the next ones, i don't know if the ones i wrote in are right.

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    so answer is 102/120 = .85 or 85% if you prefer.

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    Suzi20 said number one is 102

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    second one: song A + song C = ten minutes. 10/20 = 1/2

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    probability in percent

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    yes that is correct. the area of the shaded region is 102. but the problem asks 'what is the probability that a point selected at random is in the shaded region' you have to divide the shaded area by the total area. so it is 102/120 = .85

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    thankyou

  11. anonymous
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    just as in problem 5. you have to count the shades squares and then divide by the number of squares, which looks to be 100. i cannot see the shaded squares exactly.

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    zoom in the picture

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    actually now i can. theer are 22! so answer is 22/100 = .22

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    ok thanks!\

  15. anonymous
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    answer to the spinner: \[\frac{60+k}{360}\]

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    that doesn't lok right its probabibility

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    well you do not know what k is. if you knew k you would add to 60 and divide by 360. but k is unknown

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    ok

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    do you know what number 3 is?

  20. anonymous
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    ????? please do number three

  21. anonymous
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    ok let me look at it again. \[\frac{79537}{3623420}\]

  22. anonymous
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    if i copied the numbers down right. if so it is about .022

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    ok thats what i got great!

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    do number 6 and we will be all done

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    please answer it

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    lord does this really mean what it says? with no control at all? if that is the case the answer is 1/4 but that does seem silly. how can the ball go behind his head?

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    i got an answer before, from somebody else and they said it was .75 is that wrong?

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