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help! :)

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    @LegendaryClasher

  3. Vocaloid
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    what is the area of the shaded recttangle?

  4. anonymous
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    3

  5. Vocaloid
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    nope

  6. Vocaloid
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    the length is 9, the width is 3, so the area is...?

  7. anonymous
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    5

  8. Vocaloid
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    nope

  9. Vocaloid
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    remember the equation for area of a rectangle...

  10. Vocaloid
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    area = length*width, REMEMBER THIS equation, this will be the last time I will tell you.

  11. anonymous
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    27

  12. Vocaloid
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    good, now find the area of the big rectangle

  13. Vocaloid
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    the big rectangle has a width of 5 and a length of 10, now find the area

  14. anonymous
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    50

  15. anonymous
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    @Vocaloid

  16. Vocaloid
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    good, now find (big rectangle-shaded rectangle)/(big rectangle)

  17. anonymous
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    so 27 / 50?

  18. anonymous
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    d?

  19. Vocaloid
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    nope

  20. Vocaloid
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    what is big rectangle - shaded rectangle?

  21. anonymous
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    23

  22. Vocaloid
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    good, now find (big rectangle-shaded rectangle)/(big rectangle)

  23. anonymous
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    0.54

  24. Vocaloid
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    nope....

  25. Vocaloid
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    big rectangle - shaded rectangle = 23 (big rectangle-shaded rectangle)/(big rectangle) = ?

  26. anonymous
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    so i would do 23/50 @Vocaloid

  27. Vocaloid
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    right, now convert that to a percentage

  28. anonymous
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    0.46

  29. Vocaloid
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    convert to a percentage.

  30. anonymous
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    c?

  31. Vocaloid
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    right.

  32. anonymous
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    @Vocaloid

  34. Vocaloid
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    probability = number of pink/total number of tiles

  35. anonymous
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    6 / 50

  36. Vocaloid
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    nope.... how many pink tiles are there?

  37. anonymous
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    oh 18 / 50 sorry

  38. Vocaloid
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    right.

  39. anonymous
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    Jake has a bag of 50 beads, some of which are blue and the remaining are green. Jake randomly pulls out a bead from the bag, records the color, and replaces it in the bag. Jake has already recorded 16 blue and 4 green beads. Based on these results, what is most likely the number of blue beads in the bag? 10 20 30 40

  40. Vocaloid
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    first find blue/(blue + green)

  41. anonymous
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    16/50?

  42. Vocaloid
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    nope.

  43. Vocaloid
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    blue+green = 16 + 4 = ?

  44. anonymous
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    16/20?

  45. Vocaloid
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    good, now multiply that by 50

  46. anonymous
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    40

  47. Vocaloid
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    great.

  48. anonymous
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    A bowl contains candies of the same size in three flavors: orange, strawberry, and pineapple. If the probability of randomly pulling out an orange candy is fraction 2 over 8, and the probability of randomly pulling out a strawberry candy is fraction 3 over 8, what is the probability of randomly pulling out a pineapple candy? fraction 3 over 8 fraction 4 over 8 fraction 5 over 8 fraction 6 over 8

  49. Vocaloid
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    1-orange-strawberry

  50. anonymous
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    wait what do i do?

  51. anonymous
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    @Vocaloid

  52. Vocaloid
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    read the problem. 1 - orange - strawberry = your answer

  53. anonymous
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    4 over 8

  54. Vocaloid
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    nope.

  55. Vocaloid
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    1 - (probability of strawberry) - (probability of orange) = 1 - (2/8) - (3/8) = ?

  56. anonymous
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    0.375

  57. Vocaloid
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    as a fraction, please....

  58. anonymous
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    3/8

  59. Vocaloid
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    great.

  60. Vocaloid
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    I need to go to class now, I'll be gone for the next few hours.

  61. Vocaloid
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    tag someone if you need help.

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