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5th grade math
At a concert, 2/5 of the people were men. There were 3 times as many women as children. If there were 45 more men than children, how many people were there at the concert?
Make it so that 431 and 205 are going to make a difference of 16.19
ORDER THE FOLLOWING FROM LEAST TO GREASTEST 2.108, 2.1081, 2.18 AND 2.1
How do you write 0.142857 in standard form?
It has rounding and it has decimals because it said round to the nearest tenth of an inch. It also has something to do with square root. Oh and it also has something to do with area.
Two decimals are less than 1, and each contains 4 digits to the right of the decimal. Each has a 9 in the tenths place and a 7 in the thousandths place. Explain how you would compare the two.
comparing decimals
Dawn had 2/3 as much money as Dennis. If Dennis had $90.90, how much money did dawn and Dennis have altogether?
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This document is a brief introduction to numbers with decimals. The lesson introduces a student to decimals through the familiar concepts...
Josh is buying fruit. Using a scale he figures out that 2 bananas and 3 apples weigh .94lbs. A Banana and an apple weigh .36lbs. How heavy are 5 bananas and 2 apples?
events E and F in a sample space S, but assume that Pr[E] = 0.45, Pr[F] = 0.45, and Pr[E∩ F] = 0.25. Compute the following conditional probabilities: (1) Pr[E | F] = (2)...
Suppose for this problem that Pr[E] = [ 5/8] and Pr[F] = [ 3/4]. Just as in the book, Pr[(E ∪F)′] = 0. (1) What is Pr[E | F]? (2) What is Pr[F | E]?
Suppose for this problem that Pr[E] = [ 1/12], Pr[F] = [ 1/6], and Pr[E ∩F′] = [ 0/1]. (1) What is Pr[E | F]? (2) What is Pr[F | E]?
but assume that Pr[E] = 0.3, Pr[F] = 0.35, and Pr[E′∩ F] = 0.15. Compute the following conditional probabilities: (1) Pr[E | F] = (2) Pr[F | E] =
Suppose for this problem that Pr[E] = [ 5/8] and Pr[F] = [ 3/4]. Just as in the book, Pr[(E ∪F)′] = 0. (1) What is Pr[E | F]? (2) What is Pr[F | E]?
events E and F in a sample space S, but assume that Pr[E] = 0.3, Pr[F] = 0.35, and Pr[E′∩ F] = 0.15. Compute the following conditional probabilities: (1) Pr[E | F]...
my math is asking me to turn this fraction into a decimal
Not sure if I'm understanding this