DARTHVADER2900
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A jar contained 18 red marbles, 14 green marbles, and 20 blue marbles. A marble was selected at random, the color was recorded, and the marble was placed back in the jar. The table shows the results after 60 trials. What was the relative frequency of selecting a blue marble? Round to the nearest percent, if necessary. Outcome Red Green Blue Number of trials 22 18 20
Mathematics
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DARTHVADER2900
  • DARTHVADER2900
@Data_LG2
DARTHVADER2900
  • DARTHVADER2900
@Whitemonsterbunny17 I am thinking 33 or -33. What do you think?
Whitemonsterbunny17
  • Whitemonsterbunny17
Well, is it possible to have a -33%?

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DARTHVADER2900
  • DARTHVADER2900
No, but, it has to be 33..
Whitemonsterbunny17
  • Whitemonsterbunny17
I am not sure how to calculate percentages as is required for this problem, but if you are sure that the number is either 33 or -33, I believe you have your answer. I can try to tag someone else if you need further assistance.
DARTHVADER2900
  • DARTHVADER2900
Okay.
Whitemonsterbunny17
  • Whitemonsterbunny17
Have you decided on your answer, or would you like me to request for more assistance? (Btw, sorry I couldn't be of more help, Mathematics isn't really my strongsuit.. English is, though.)
DARTHVADER2900
  • DARTHVADER2900
Request more assistance. It is kind of tricky. :/
DARTHVADER2900
  • DARTHVADER2900
..Nvm it is actually 20%..
Whitemonsterbunny17
  • Whitemonsterbunny17
Maybe @Data_LG2 or @ganeshie8 can help.
DARTHVADER2900
  • DARTHVADER2900
It is 20%....I did the math.
Whitemonsterbunny17
  • Whitemonsterbunny17
Oh, okay. I'm sorry I couldn't have been a better help, like I said, math isn't really my strongsuit. :p I'm glad you found your answer, though!
DARTHVADER2900
  • DARTHVADER2900
I gave you a medal for trying though. :D
Whitemonsterbunny17
  • Whitemonsterbunny17
Awe, thanks! You didn't have to do that. :p I'll give you a medal too for your awesome smarts. cx And, as always, \(~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~\bf\Large\color{blueviolet}{Thanks~for~using~}\color{cornflowerblue}{Open}\color{#6aaa25}{Study!}\) \(\Huge\color{red}{\heartsuit}\)\(\hspace{-18.7pt}\Huge\color{orange}{\heartsuit}\)\(\hspace{-18.7pt}\Huge\color{gold}{\heartsuit}\)\(\hspace{-18.7pt}\Huge\color{lime}{\heartsuit}\)\(\hspace{-18.7pt}\Huge\color{greenyellow}{\heartsuit}\)\(\hspace{-18.7pt}\Huge\color{lightgreen}{\heartsuit}\)\(\hspace{-18.7pt}\Huge\color{lightblue}{\heartsuit}\)\(\hspace{-18.7pt}\Huge\color{skyblue}{\heartsuit}\)\(\hspace{-18.7pt}\Huge\color{cornflowerblue}{\heartsuit}\)\(\hspace{-18.7pt}\Huge\color{blue}{\heartsuit}\)\(\hspace{-18.7pt}\Huge\color{purple}{\heartsuit}\)\(\hspace{-18.7pt}\Huge\color{blueviolet}{\heartsuit}\)\(\hspace{-18.7pt}\Huge\color{violet}{\heartsuit}\)\(\hspace{-18.7pt}\Huge\color{magenta}{\heartsuit}\) \(\Huge\frak{\color{red}W\color{orange}h\color{gold}i\color{lime}t\color{greenyellow}e\color{lightgreen}m\color{lightblue}o\color{skyblue}n\color{cornflowerblue}s\color{blue}t\color{purple}e\color{blueviolet}r\color{violet}b\color{magenta}u\color{red}n\color{orange}n\color{gold}y\color{lime}1\color{greenyellow}7}\) \(\Huge\color{red}{\heartsuit}\)\(\hspace{-18.7pt}\Huge\color{orange}{\heartsuit}\)\(\hspace{-18.7pt}\Huge\color{gold}{\heartsuit}\)\(\hspace{-18.7pt}\Huge\color{lime}{\heartsuit}\)\(\hspace{-18.7pt}\Huge\color{greenyellow}{\heartsuit}\)\(\hspace{-18.7pt}\Huge\color{lightgreen}{\heartsuit}\)\(\hspace{-18.7pt}\Huge\color{lightblue}{\heartsuit}\)\(\hspace{-18.7pt}\Huge\color{skyblue}{\heartsuit}\)\(\hspace{-18.7pt}\Huge\color{cornflowerblue}{\heartsuit}\)\(\hspace{-18.7pt}\Huge\color{blue}{\heartsuit}\)\(\hspace{-18.7pt}\Huge\color{purple}{\heartsuit}\)\(\hspace{-18.7pt}\Huge\color{blueviolet}{\heartsuit}\)\(\hspace{-18.7pt}\Huge\color{violet}{\heartsuit}\)\(\hspace{-18.7pt}\Huge\color{magenta}{\heartsuit}\)
DARTHVADER2900
  • DARTHVADER2900
Nice laTeX...I got 100%. Thanks! ;D
Whitemonsterbunny17
  • Whitemonsterbunny17
Thanks! ^.^ And woohoo! Congrats! \(\bf\color{lime}{A+}\)! :3
DARTHVADER2900
  • DARTHVADER2900
:)

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