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June 20, 2013

# Posts by Carrie

Total # Posts: 248

Math
Given that P(A)= 1/36, what are the odds against A occuring? I found this formula in my chapter odds against A= 1-P(a)/P(a) Would it be 1-1/36 over 1/36? Or how do I go about it?

Math - # theory
1.8984375 E-20 is on a calculator. What is the 20th digit to the right of the decimal. I need to know how to work it, not the answer.

geometry
commutative

Math
Ok. I counted some numbers twice. I needed to write the numbers out like you did. Thanks

Math
Would the total possible outcomes be 17? The number of evens would be 10 and the multiply of 3 is 7. So 10 and 7 together is 10.

Math
A spinner has regions numbered 1 through 21. What is the probability that the spinner will stop on an even number or a multiple of 3? Okay so I am lost. I understand that the probability of an event is the # of ways an event can occur over the total # of possible outcomes. I n...

Math
After I posted that, I realized that I should have put down 52 (rounded). I actually got the total number of weeks in a year, by the interent. It had this number, but also the 52.365. Not sure how they did that. Thanks

Math
Question: The total yearly food bill for a family of four is \$8589.88. To the nearest cent, what is the mean weekly food bill? Would I take \$8589.88 divided by 52.365 (this is the number of weeks in a year) to get the answer \$164.04?

Math
I see. I understand. I was wondering why I was getting such a weird number. Thank you!!

Math
I have a bar graph that shows the number of students by major in the College of Arts and Science. Math shows 200 students History shows 300 students English shows 400 students Science shows 150 students Other shows 175 students What percent of students in the college are histo...

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