Please give me the probability of Jack getting a diet soda in fraction, decimal, or percent form.

Please give me the probability of Jack getting a diet soda in fraction, decimal, or percent form.

It is a word problem and I have to find an equation for it.

how do i solve this?

Function Value g(x) = logbx x = b−7 cannot wrap my head around. can you help guys?

I don't know how to solve this problem.

I just need to know the inequality. Thank you.

M(-2,1) and O(-3,2) A. (-2.5,1.5) B. (-0.5,-0.5) C. (0.5,-0.5) D. (-3,-5)

Joey has nickels and dimes in his pocket. The number of dimes is 4 times the number of nickels. If Joey has 10 nickels, what is the total value of the money he has in his pocket?

A certain hybrid car can travel 1-4/11 times as far as a similar non hybrid car can, each on one gallon of gasoline. If the non hybrid car can travel 33 miles per gallon of gasoline, how far can the...

i don't understand the answer

Leila, Tony, and Carlos served a total of 98 orders Monday at the school cafeteria. Tony served 7 fewer orders than Leila. Carlos served 3 times as many order

How do I solve this word problem? Sprint charges $16.00 per month plus $0.06 per minutes for calls. If a family pays $45.90 which has 26.00 included for data/roaming charges, how many...

If $1283.00 was? collected in total for 345 tickets that were sold, if students paid ?$3.00 ?each and non-students paid ?$5.00 each, how many students and how many? non-students attended?HE...

options $1.50 $2.50 $3.13 $10.00 $12.50

I don't understand this problem, & I need work for this problem.

Find the volume of a cone with a base radius of 6ft and a height of 7ft. Write the exact volume in terms of pi, and be sure to include the correct unit in your answer.

its for homework and i can't figure it out.

Wirite an equation to represent each relationship. Then solve the equation.

i need help on homework due tomorrow

1. One-sixth of the sum of d and 3 minus the product of 4 and q. 2. The product of p and 3 is subtracted from three-fourths of s. 3. Three-fourths of the sum of 9 and k.

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