Can someone plz help

- anonymous

Can someone plz help

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- triciaal

what is the probability of part-time experience needed out of the number of openings
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- anonymous

wow thanks soooo much

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- anonymous

wait is 6/25 tha answer it says percent

- triciaal

you are welcome

- triciaal

percent means per hundred

- triciaal

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- triciaal

did you get 24%

- anonymous

lol nooo i didnt have nun yet

- triciaal

wait

- triciaal

experience needed given it is part-time = 6/14 as percentage = 6/14*100 and to the nearest tenth means to 1 decimal place. Calculate to 2 then round.
to round if the 2nd place is 5 or more add 1 to the 1st decimal place. if less than 5 then drop.

- anonymous

ok ??? so its not 24%

- triciaal

this question is a bit confusing

- triciaal

if it is a randomly selected opening then it is 6 experienced part-time out of 25 but reading again more closely it is asking the probability of an experienced candidate GIVEN that the opening selected is already part-time

- anonymous

ok im still confused so u want me to just put 24

- triciaal

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- triciaal

let me get some more help

- anonymous

ok

- triciaal

@ganeshie8 please help I am getting more confused the more I read this question

- triciaal

@dan815 ?

- triciaal

i would put 42.9%

- anonymous

ok

- triciaal

sorry if I confused you but do you see the difference?

- anonymous

nah but i will tho

- triciaal

random drawing 6/25 25 is the total openings
given already part-time then its 6/14 total part-time is 14

- triciaal

@welshfella @whpalmer4 can you clarify please

- welshfella

not surprised you got confused - it is confusing!!!

- anonymous

ok good cuz i thought i was dumb

- welshfella

Does it mean , for example, that we have already picked a part=time job and we want the probability that this job requires experience?

- anonymous

@campbell_st @ganeshie8 @lυἶცἶ0210 @Hayleymeyer @ali2x2 @dan815 @dezz_theoffical101 @Doniellemc

- triciaal

reading it closely that what I got especially when they wanted the probability to the nearest tenth
at first I read randomly selected as in choosing an experience person from the 25 openings
they say choose and then give the condition

- welshfella

i guess i'm too tired for this one...

- anonymous

lol

- triciaal

@phi

- anonymous

it was 42.9

- phi

6/14 = 3/7
divide 7 into 3
you get 0.42857
multiply by 100
42.857 %
round to the nearest 10th (if that is what you want)
42.9%
(to round, look that the digit in the 100ths place. if 5 or more , round up... it is 5 so change the 8 to a 9)

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