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here welcome to: forums > kidzworld help > homework help > need help in math ask here

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Posted about 2 years ago

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Posted about 2 years ago

From my understanding, A is B, and C could be A, depending on the situation. In your equation, we could say C and A are the same. And if you said it all equals B, then it must equal A, too. Since A=B. Is this actually solvable or is it a riddle?"babyglam" wrote:

If A=b and c +32=B what is A.

Posted about 2 years ago

"Yeliak" wrote:

From my understanding, A is B, and C could be A, depending on the situation. In your equation, we could say C and A are the same. And if you said it all equals B, then it must equal A, too. Since A=B. Is this actually solvable or is it a riddle?

"babyglam" wrote:

If A=b and c +32=B what is A.

what

A = c+32

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Posted about 2 years ago

The integral sec y dy from zero to one-sixth of pie is log to base e of the square root of three times the sixty four power of what?

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Posted about 2 years ago

"-Karpov-" wrote:

"Yeliak" wrote:

From my understanding, A is B, and C could be A, depending on the situation. In your equation, we could say C and A are the same. And if you said it all equals B, then it must equal A, too. Since A=B. Is this actually solvable or is it a riddle?

"babyglam" wrote:

If A=b and c +32=B what is A.

what

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Posted about 2 years ago

hi! Basically i have tuiton homework and I am really stuck on this question the answer is probably obvious considering this question is only worth one mark but I am so stuck

*year 7 red ticket 1 to 80 numbers used*

year 8 blue ticket 1 to 75 numbers used

year 9 yellow ticket 1 to 90 numbers used

*the headteacher selects the winning ticket at random.*

She says: 'the winning ticket number is 39'

*What is the probability that this winning ticket is blue? *

year 8 blue ticket 1 to 75 numbers used

year 9 yellow ticket 1 to 90 numbers used

She says

Posted about 2 years ago

"ValenciaRose" wrote:

hi! Basically i have tuiton homework and I am really stuck on this question the answer is probably obvious considering this question is only worth one mark but I am so stuck

year 7 red ticket 1 to 80 numbers used

year 8 blue ticket 1 to 75 numbers used

year 9 yellow ticket 1 to 90 numbers used

the headteacher selects the winning ticket at random.: 'the winning ticket number is 39'

She says

What is the probability that this winning ticket is blue?

You just need to add up the total amount of tickets used, which is 245

Then you take the total number of blue tickets (75) and put it over the total of tickets (245). So 75/245 is the answer, but you can simplify it by dividing both sides by 5.

Seventy-five divided by five = fifteen

Two-forty-five divded by five = forty nine

So there's your answer, 15 over 49 is the probability for the winning ticket to be blue.

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