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a silverware drawer contains 9 forks,12 spoons ,and 7 knives. one peice of silver ware is selected at a random from the drawer what is the probability that it is a spoon? express your answer to the nearsest hundreth

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  1. anonymous
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  3. happy_to_help
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    Add 9+12+7=? then since there is 12 spoons the pobbility will be 12 over the sum of all 3

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    wait wat @happy_to_help

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    There is a total of 28 things in the drawer There is 12 spoons the probality of getting a spoon is 12 over 28

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  6. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    the answer is 0.428 but it says raund to the hundeths place and i kinda dont know how to round up

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    4 is in the hundreths place but since the number after it is less then 5 i think it stays the same. The correct answer should be 0.400

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    • one year ago
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    i got .43

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