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What are the problems??
Convert the fraction to a decimal. 5/10 A. 0.56 B. 0.83 C. 5.6 D. 8.3
Well 5/10 is .5 so the closest thing would have to be A
Convert the fraction to a decimal. A. 11.01875 B. 11.0316 C. 11.1875 D. 11.316
the fraction is 11 3/16
3/16 = .1875 + 11 = 11.1875
Which mixed number is equivalent to this decimal? 8.00027
are there choices or will anything work?
8 27/100,000... 8 27/10,000......8 27/1,000.....8 27/100
and 8 27/100000
well you cant just remove zeros or it will change its corresponding decimal
and no its not wrong i searched it on decimal to fraction calculator
sorry i meant 8 27/100000
Which shows the numbers in order from least to greatest? 7 4/5.... 7.6.....7.41..
7.41, 7.6, 7 4/5
@EmoMuch?Yes. why does he get a medal i answered that question first
Because he answered my first question.
Which mixed number is greater than 8.45? A. 8 3/8 B. 8 4/9 C. 8 3/5 D. 8 5/12
A. 18 B. 36 C. 72 D. 216
What is the least common denominator for 5/12 and 7/18
what fraction is equivalent to 5 3/4? a. 19/4 b. 23/4 c. 15/4 d. 8/4
she in the 7th grade?
im in the 7th too but im learning something different!....Does she have any more questions?
Yes. But it takes a minute because i have to type out all of them.
Which mixed number is equivalent to 904/100? a. 9 2/5 b. 9 4/10 c. 9 4/25 d. 9 1/25
The answer is B.
This next one i cant type or paste so let me figure it out 1 sec.
Ugh. I give up. she said she will just guess the next one.
Sally made the conjecture that the sum of any two prime numbers is a prime number. Which equation is a counterexample to her conjecture? A. 2 + 5 = 7 B. 15 + 4 = 19 C. 2 + 11 = 13 D. 3 + 11 = 14
Anyone know the answer to that one?
i do im going to explain it for her to though.
Prime numbers are numbers that are divisible by the number itself and the number 1. Prime numbers go on forever, but here is a list of prime numbers up to 20: 2, 3, 5, 7,11,13,17,19 So we are looking for an answer that makes the conjecture not true. Looking at the first answer, we see that when we add two prime numbers we get a number that is not on our list of prime numbers. So this answer shows that the conjecture is not true. This answer is the correct answer. Looking at the other answers, we see that when we add two prime numbers we get a prime number. So this answer doesn't show the conjecture is not true. So this answer is no good. The third answer again shows that when we add two prime numbers we get another prime number. So this answer doesn't show the conjecture is not true. So this answer is no good. The final answer adds a prime number and a composite number. But the conjecture says we must add two prime numbers. So this answer is no good. So the first answer is correct. |dw:1444243693373:dw|
sorry its so long :(
She said woah and her eyes were huge lol
lol :) i dont blame her lol i would have done the same thing :)
She got more than half wrong.
Now she has to retake it.
:O how did that happen??
The last one was D.
ooooopppppppsssssss SORRRRRRRYYYYYYYY :((((((((
She said its okay. Can you help her with a few on her new test?
yeah i can try lol i will tell yall if i dont know it and i may add someone i think know it :) SO BRING IT ON
What is the LCD for the fractions 3/16 and 11/24?
give me a second :)
Rewriting input as fractions if necessary: 3/16, 11/24 For (16, 24) the least common multiple (LCM) is 48. Therefore, the least common denominator (LCD) is 48. Rewriting as equivalent fractions with the LCD: 9/48, 22/48
oh sheesh i was doing the wrong thing uhhh let me redo it ok dont put that
yeah that answer would be 48 because 16 x 3=48 and 24 x 2=48 so it would be 48. :)
What fraction is equivalent to 4 2/3? a. 13/12 b. 26/12 c. 13/6 d. 28/6
give me a secondran out of paper :)
got to go get some more from down stairs
D because these are all of the equ. fractions to 4 2/3................. 14/3 = 28/6 = 42/9 = 56/12 = 70/15 = 84/18 = 98/21 = 112/24 = 126/27 = 140/30 = 154/33 = 168/36 = 182/39 = 196/42 = 210/45 = 224/48 = 238/51 = 252/54 = 266/57 = 280/60
and 28/6 is the only answer choice you have so 28/6
Which mixed number is equivalent,to 708/100? a. 7 1/800 b. 7 2/25 c. 7 1/12 d. 7 4/5
i am not sure :(((
What does your sister think it is?
She says B.
I believe she is correct.
@YoungStudier i passed my math test today with a 100%
Good job @kweenlexis :)
thanks @YoungStudier the test wasn't that hard but i needed help on it and you my favorite helper (you) :( wasn't on so i got other to help me :)
yo sister n k12
your sister schooled through k12 ? @EmoMuch?Yes.
Are you still helping with problems @kweenlexis
oh i am to she must be in a different math teach..and yes i am i just dont no the answer to that question right there :(
ik ion know the answe rto that question right there...Who is your sister math teacher?
Her NML teacher is Mrs. Olson. Her homeroom teacher for her other math class is Theresa Dilts.
you said she in 7th grade?
I still never got an answer on my last one.
i dont know the answer ti that one.
@YoungStudier do you know the answer?
K 1 second. Im going to close this question real quick.
Cynthia made the conjecture that the sum of any prime number and any composite number is a composite number. Which equation is a counterexample to her conjecture? A. 11 + 2 = 13 B. 11 + 9 = 20 C. 13 + 2 = 15 D. 5 + 8 = 13
@kweenlexis @YoungStudier @fainteckos
Nevermind, got it.
My sister says thanks everyone for helping out.
Tell her i said you welcome...what did she make?