math

posted by .

ms.goldfarb has 12 turqoise beads and 3 times as many amber beads. she is making 8 pins with the same number of beads on each pin. how many beads will be on a pin?

  • math -

    12 turquoise and 3*12 = 36 amber beads.

    12 + 36 = 48 total beads

    48/8 = ?

  • math -

    12x3=36+12=48/8=6

  • math -

    6

  • math -

    Butt

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. MATH PLEASE HELP!!!!!

    Ms. Goldfarb has 12 turquoise beads and 3 times as many amber beads. She is making 8 pins with the same number of beads on each pin. How many beads will be on a pin?
  2. math 3rd grade

    Sam is making a necklace she uses 2 red beads, then 1 yellow beads then 2 red beads, then 1 yellow bead. How many red beads will she use if she uses 24 beads. The answer is 16 But the problem is we cant figure out the equation?
  3. Math

    The ratio of Maya's beads to Kayla's beads was12:7. After Maya bought another 28 beads and Kayla gave away 32 beads, 5/7 of Kayla's beads were left. How many more beads did Maya have than Kayla in the beginning?
  4. math

    The ratio of Maya’s beads to Kayla’s beads was 12:7. After Maya bought another 28 beads and Kayla gave away 32 beads, 57of Kayla’s beads were left. a) How many more beads did Maya have than Kayla in the beginning?
  5. math

    The ratio of Maya’s beads to Kayla’s beads was 12:7. After Maya bought another 28 beads and Kayla gave away 3/2 beads, 5/7 of Kayla’s beads were left. a) How many more beads did Maya have than Kayla in the beginning?
  6. Math (help soon)

    2 – The ratio of Maya’s beads to Kayla’s beads was 12:7. After Maya bought another 28 beads and Kayla gave away 32 beads, 5/7 of Kayla’s beads were left. a) How many more beads did Maya have than Kayla in the beginning?
  7. Math

    Robin has 7 red beads, 27 purple beads, and 24 yellow beads. She wants to make a necklace with the pattern; red bead; 3 purple beads; 2 yellow beads. How many times can she repeat the pattern?
  8. math

    Natasha had 2356 beads, Lydia had 1176 beads and Munah hadn 1708 beads at first.After they each used an equal number of beads, Natasha had 3 times as many beads left as Lydia. How many beads did each of them use?
  9. Math

    Robin has 7 red beads, 27 purple beads, and 24 yellow beads. She wants to make a necklace with the pattern: 1 red bead; 3 purple beads; 2 yellow beads. How many times can she repeat the pattern?
  10. Math

    Please help me also with this problem, thanks. Quiana had some beads. The ratio of the number of black beads to the number of white beads was 1:5. After she added 2 more than twice the number of black beads, she still had 18 fewer …

More Similar Questions