1. alg 7

    a player rolls five number cubes to score the maximum number of points find the possible number of outcomes? pls help?
  2. Algebra 1

    Can someone please help me understand this. This is not graded or anything I just want to know how to do this. - Chloe rolls two-sided number cubes and adds the numbers showing on the cubes. What is the probability that the sum of the number cubes is even or five?
  3. Math

    17 0 -4 33 -11 -24 Place the numbers from the list in the appropriate space in the second column and compute your score 1/4 point for each natural number 17, 33. Score:1/2 3 points for each odd integer 17,0,3,-11. Score 12 1/2 point for each whole number less than 20 17,0 ...
  4. math

    Rebecca rolls two number cubes each with sides that are labeled 1 to 6. What is the probability that both number cubes show a 1?
  5. Math

    Chris rolls two number cubes, one after another. What is the experimental probability that both number cubes will show a 1?
  6. algebra

    Find the number of possible outcomes if five number cubes are rolled at one time during a board game?
  7. working with data

    Mary rolls 2 number cubes with sides numbered from 1 to 6. if she rolls a 3 on one of the cubes , what is the probability that the sum of the numbers facing up on both cubes is greater than or equal to 5? express your answer as a decimal rounded to the nearest hundreth.
  8. programming

    would someone be able to give me an idea of how to start coding this in C? You just finished playing cards with a group of friends and each time your score changed in the game you wrote it down. Given the total number of points it takes to win the game and all of your scores (...
  9. Math

    Corinne rolls two six-sided number cubes with sides labeled 1-6. What is the probability that she rolls a 6 on both cubes? A. 1/36 B. 1/12 C. 1/6 D. 1/3 I think its A
  10. Pre-algebra

    I can't figure out how to solve: Question #1: Two number cubes are rolled and a coin is tossed. Find the number of possible outcomes. Question #2: What is the probability of winning a lottery game where the winning number is made up of 6 digits from 0-9 chosen at random.
  11. Probability and statistics

    There is an equally likely chance that a falling dart will land anywhere on the rug below. The following system is used to find the number of points the player wins. What is the expected value for the number of points won?Black = 40 points Gray = 20 points White = 0 points
  12. geometry

    Jake rolls two standard number cubes. Find the probability that the sum of the roll is 10, given that both cubes rolled odd numbers.
  13. Math

    Eduardo has a red 6-sided number cube and a blue 6-sided number cube. The faces of the cubes are numbered 1 through 6. Eduardo rolls both cubes at the same time. The random variable X is the number on the red cube minus the number on the blue cube. What is P(−2≤X&#...
  14. Math

    Meiling and Jackie are playing a game of chance with a six-sided number cube. The sides of the cube are numbered 1 to 6. Meiling scores a point each time she rolls a number greater than 4. Which would give Jackie an ,begin emphasis,equally likely,end emphasis, chance for a ...
  15. math

    in a basketball game, the star player scored 3 times as many points as the average score of the 9 other players. what fraction of the points scored by the entire team did the star player score? so i guess the total number of players is 10. and then i think you divide something...
  16. math

    Each number cube has 6 faces numbered 1-6. John tossed 2 number cubes several times and added the numbers each time. Sum of the number of cubes total tally number of times 2 1 ? 7 4 ?
  17. Algebra

    Check My answers Please- 1. 3(y + 1) for y = 2 a.6 b.9*** c.7 d.8 2. d + g/h for d = 45, g = 18, and h = 9 a.6*** b.7 c.3 d.4 3.The cost in dollars of a class party is 59 + 13n, where n is the number of people attending. What is the cost for 44 people? a.$116 b.$587 c.$767 d.$...
  18. Math

    Use the fundamental counting principle to find the total number of outcomes in each situation. 1.Rolling two number cubes and tossing one coin. = Is the outcome = 4? 2.Choosing from 3 sizes of distilled,filtered, or spring water. = Is the outcome 9? Thanks
  19. Math plz fast i really need it

    Archie rolls two number cubes each with sides numbered 1 through 6 he then finds the sum of the numbers on the tops of the cubes which two sums have the same probabillity? A. 3 and 4 B. 5 and 9 C. 5 and 8 D. 10 and 12 i need the work involved and i have another question The ...
  20. statistics

    It you roll two dice find the number of outcomes for each of the following events: A)rolling two prime numbers B) rolling at least one odd number A) i got 9 outcomes B) i got 27 outcomes i used a table to figure this out are my solutions correct?
  21. math

    i think this one is right..but im not sure..Argyle has 8 T-shirts and 5 pairs of shorts that he wears with either sandals or sneakers. If all the colors and patterns coordinate, how many different outfits can he make?? i think its 80...but im not sure one more...A game has the...
  22. math

    Ben rolls a standard number cube (sides labeled with numbers 1 through 6). Find the probability that Ben rolls a number greater than 2 or an even number.
  23. math

    Ben rolls a standard number cube (sides labeled with numbers 1 through 6). Find the probability that Ben rolls a number greater than 2 or an even number.
  24. Math

    Lola is placing appetizers on plates She has 63 spring rolls and 84 cheese cubes She wants to include both appetizers on each plate Each plate must have the same number of spring rolls and cheese cubes. What is the greatest number of plates she can make using all of the ...
  25. Math

    1. 2(y + 1) for y = 2 (1 point) 6 5 7 8 2. start fraction lower d plus lower g over lower h end fraction for d = 29, g = 16, and h = 9 (1 point) 8 2.375 5.375 5 3. The cost in dollars of a school banquet is 74 + 12n, where n is the number of people attending. What is the cost ...
  26. mathematics

    so i have this table of values demonstrating the size of a cube to the number of small cubes with one face painted. The table starts with an x value (or number of small cubes) at 3x3x3, and goes up to 8x8x8. I need to fill in the y-column (or number of small cubes with one ...
  27. Math mrs sue

    Can you check these? 18% of 90 is what number? i got 16.2 what number is 41% of 800? i got: 1951.22 what number 5% of 522? i got : 10440 70% of 279 is what number? i got: 195.3 what number is 90% of 13? i got : 14.44 9% of 351 is what number? i got: 32 36% of 95 is what number...
  28. math percents

    Can you check these? 18% of 90 is what number? i got 16.2 what number is 41% of 800? i got: 1951.22 what number 5% of 522? i got : 10440 70% of 279 is what number? i got: 195.3 what number is 90% of 13? i got : 14.44 9% of 351 is what number? i got: 32 36% of 95 is what number...
  29. MATH

    TWO NUMBER CUBES AREROLLED AT THE SAME TIME . WHAT IS THE PROBABILITY THTA BOTH NUMBER CUBES WILL SHOW AN EVEN NUMBER
  30. Math

    Ben rolls two number cubes. What is the probability that the sum of the numbers he rolls is less than 6
  31. math

    corinne rolls two six sided number cubes with sides labeled 1-6. what is the probability that she rolls a 6 on both side
  32. Math

    Five children play a game in which players either gain 1 point or lose 1 point. After several games, the number of points won is equalto the number of points lost. If no two children have the same final score and the overall winner has fewer points than the child with the ...
  33. Maths

    Cam and Dean are playing a game with counters and dice. Cam has some counters, each labelled 1 on one side and 2 on the other. He flips the counters and scores the total of all the numbers showing. Dean has one die and scores the number showing after he rolls it. The winner is...
  34. math, algebra

    How is 28 a perfect number? Can someone explain this to me. all i understand that all perfect numbers end in 6 and 8. But how and why is 28 a perfect number. dimes are packaged 50 in a roll. quarters come 40 in a roll.susan b anthony dollars come in rolls of 25. how many rolls...
  35. AP Statistics

    The game Chuck-A-Luck is played as follows: A player bets $M on an integer chosen from 1-6 and then rolls three dice. If the number appears on exactly on die, then the player wins the amount bet. The player wins twice the amount bet if the umber appears on two dice and three ...
  36. algebra

    There are 50 questions to answer in a triva contest. Each player starts with 100 points. He or she earns ten points for each correct answer but will lose four points for each incorrect answer. Each player must answer all 50 questions. What is the fewest number of questions a ...
  37. math

    a cube of 6 cm is painted of all its 6 faces with red colour . it is then broken up into 216 smaller identical cubes .what is the number of smaller cubes with no coloured surface ,number of smaller cubes with 1 red face and number cubes with 2 red faces .
  38. Accelerated 1

    You earn 10 points for every coin you collect in a video game.Then you find a star that triples your score. Write an expression for the number of points you earn from the points.Simplify an expression for the total number of points you can earn.
  39. 2nd grade math requestion post

    Okay, my child is doing problem solving lesson 5-7 in scott foresman addison wesley book. The question that we are having a problem with is a number line. there are 10 spaces in the number line and the clues are: Clue 1: the number are between 70 and 82 Clue 2: the first ...
  40. Algebra word problem

    There are 50 questions to answer in a triva contest. Each player starts with 100 points. He or she earns ten points for each correct answer but will lose four points for each incorrect answer. Each player must answer all 50 questions. What is the fewest number of questions a ...
  41. Math- Alg 2

    Help finding probability involving combinations? What is the probability of winning in this game ( Show calculation and all works) - The board is a number ranging from 1 - 12 - Player place a coin in the desire number 1,2,3,4 etc. - Roll 2 dice - To win get the sum of the two ...
  42. Statistics

    In a game of dice, the probability of rolling a 12 is 1/36. The probability of rolling a 9, 10, or 11 is 9/36. The probability of rolling any other number is 26/36. If the player rolls a 12, the player wins $5. If the player rolls a 9, 10, or 11, the player wins $1. Otherwise...
  43. statistics

    In a game of dice, the probability of rolling a 12 is 1/36. The probability of rolling a 9, 10, or 11 is 9/36. The probability of rolling any other number is 26/36. If the player rolls a 12, the player wins $5. If the player rolls a 9, 10, or 11, the player wins $1. Otherwise...
  44. math

    Stewart is playing a video game. He earns the same number of points for each prize he captures. He earned 1,200 points for 6 prizes, 2,000 points for 10 prizes, and 2,600 points for 13 prizes. Which is the dependent variable in this situation? A)the number of prizes captured B...
  45. Computer programming

    How to build a simple game in java that will allow a player to attempt to guess a randomly generated number between 0 and 10. The player can continue guessing the number until they get it right. The game should be able to do these things: 1. Game should remember each choice ...
  46. math

    If dennis rolls 2 number cubes with sides labeled 1 to 6, what is the probability that the sum of the numbers is greater than or equal to 10? daniela flipped a coin and spun a spinner that is divided into four equal- size sectors colored red, yellow, green, and orange. Write ...
  47. math-i have another question

    Player A and B invented a new game. The probability for Player A to win a round is 1/3 and the probability that Player B will win a round is 2/3. To make the game fair, Player A will score 3 points when he/she winds a round and Player B will score 2 points when he/she wins. ...
  48. math

    Luis draws 1 card from a deck, 39 times. Predict how many times he draws an ace. John and O'Neal are playing a board game in which they roll two number cubes. John needs to get a sum of 8 on the number cubes to win. O'Neal needs a sum of 11, if they take turns rolling the ...
  49. Chemistry

    10. Avogadro's number can be used to find the number of atoms in an element.- T 12. A photon is a quantum of light energy.- T 17. The atomic mass unit is determined by Oxygen-16.- F 18. The number of particles in a mole is a constant.- T 19. The number of protons is always ...
  50. Statistics

    In the quiz in Exercises 1 and 2, the grading scheme is as follows: each right answer is awarded 5 points, and 1 point is taken off for each wrong answer. Recall that the quiz consists of 10 questions, and that in the class, the average number of right answers is 6.2 and the ...
  51. STAT1

    In the quiz in Exercises 1 and 2, the grading scheme is as follows: each right answer is awarded 5 points, and 1 point is taken off for each wrong answer. Recall that the quiz consists of 10 questions, and that in the class, the average number of right answers is 6.2 and the ...
  52. math

    A game consists of tossing a coin and rolling an ordinary die. If the player tosses a head and rolls an even number, the player wins $3. Otherwise, the player loses $1. What is the expected value of this game? Select one: a. $6 b. $0 c. $3 d. $1
  53. math

    lisa rolls a number cube two times. the first time she gets a 3. list all the possible outcomes of lisa's two rolls.
  54. Math, please help

    Dennis will roll two number cubes once. Each cube is labeled 1 to 6. What is the probability that the sum of the cubes will be an odd number?
  55. math

    could someone please help me with this problem. Which of the following phrases does not describe the number -¾? (Points : 1) rational number irrational number real number negative number
  56. math

    In an intelligence test administered to 1000 childrens the average score is 42 and standard deviation 24.find (i)the number children exceeding the score 60. (ii) the number of the children with score lying between 20 and 40.
  57. can any smart person in c++ can answer this?

    A “magic” number is an integer in which the number is equal to the sum of the cubes of its digits. Write a program to determine whether a three digit number entered by the user is a magic number.
  58. Math

    Can someone help? The way the question is worded is confusing me. You earn 10 points for every coin you collect in a video game. Then you find a star that triples your score. a. write an expression for the number of points you earn from the coins. b. write and simplify an ...
  59. math

    Can someone help me figure this out? You earn 10 points for every coin you collect in a video game. Then you find a star that triples your score. a. Write an expression for the number of points you earn from the coins. b. Write and simplify an expression for the total number ...
  60. Math

    You earn 10 points for every coin you collect in a video game. then you find a star that triples your score. a. write an expression for the number of points you earn from the coins. b. write and simplify an expression for the total number of points you earn.
  61. math please help

    You will be given a set of numbers to play this game. Two players start with a pile of counters and take turns choosing numbers from their set (repeats are allowed) to remove from the pile. The first person to leave 0 counters wins. For example, if you are given numbers 1,2,3,...
  62. Programming

    Write a program to do the following: In main, declare a Player Name Array and a Score Array. Declare the size of the arrays to be 100. In the InputData( ) method, input the player name and score into the arrays for an unknown number of players up to 100. In the ...
  63. algebra

    A basketball player makes an average of 10 points for every 15 shots taken. Each shot made by the player is a 2-point shot. The variables in this situation are the number of 2-point shots taken and the number of points made. What is the independent variable
  64. Probability

    A number cube has six faces numbered 1 to 6. John tossed two number cubes several times and added the number each time.
  65. algebra

    byama rolls a normal dice. What is the probability that he rolls an odd number?Use a word not a number to answer this question
  66. Math

    Hannah rolls two number cubes. What is the probability that both numbers are greater than 3?
  67. Math Check!

    Elizabeth has two identical number cubes. Both cubes have faces numbered 1 through 6. If Elizabeth rolls each cube once, what is the probability that the sum of the two numbers on the top faces will be 10? •1/36 •1/12 •1/10 •1/9
  68. Algebra 2/statistics

    On a fair 6-sided die, each number has an equal probability p of being rolled. when a fair die is rolled n times, the most likely outcome (the mean) is that each number will be rolled NP times, with a standard deviation of sqrt NP(1-P). Brandon rolls a die 200 times. He will ...
  69. Math for Business Analysis

    Let f (x, y) = xy + 5x + 4y model the utility a consumer feels based on the number of the number of cups of coffee, x, and the number of donuts, y, consumed on a given Thursday. Find the absolute maximum and absolute minimum values of f(x, y) over the triangular region with ...
  70. algebra

    A basketball player makes an average of 10 points for every 15 shots taken. Each shot made by the player is a 2-point shot. The variables in this situation are the number of 2-point shots taken and the number of points made. What is the rate of change for this situation? ...
  71. math

    A basketball player makes an average of 10 points for every 15 shots taken. Each shot made by the player is a 2-point shot. The variables in this situation are the number of 2-point shots taken and the number of points made. What is the rate of change for this situation? ...
  72. MATH!

    An experiment consists of rolling a weighted die. The probability of rolling each number is: Pr[1]=0.05, Pr[2]=0.1, Pr[3]=0.25, Pr[4]=0.25, Pr[5]=0.2, and Pr[6]=0.15. On the first roll, you record if the number is Small (1,2) or Large (3,4,5,6). If the first number is Small, ...
  73. algebra

    need a pair of dice where each number from 1 - 12 has an equal chance of being rolled. You have been given the task of designing the new dice for the board game. You are to use two standard cubes (each with six faces) and number them in such a way that the probability of ...
  74. Maths

    I have a three digit number such that the sum of the cubes of each digit number containing the same digits. Find my number
  75. Math (Trigenometry)

    Find two positve real numbers whose product is a maximum and whose sum of the first number and four times the second number is 120. This is as far as I've gotten in solving it. *first number is x. *second number is y. *xy=maximum, which is unknown. *x+4y=120. Solve for x, ...
  76. math

    A certain football league has the following scoring system: - each field goal counts for 5 points - each touchdown counts for 3 points The only way to score points is with some combination of field goals and touchdowns. They have noticed that not every score is possible in ...
  77. math

    What are the similarities between organized counting and permutation? Explain using examples. I can only think of one similarity: they both use probability problems using counting P(event)= Number of favourable outcomes/Total number of possible outcomes. Thanks for your help.
  78. CHECK MATH FAST!!!!!!

    You want to draft a four-player tennis team. There are eight players to choose from. How many different teams can you form? (1 point) •70**** •64 •48 •336 Elizabeth has two identical number cubes. Both cubes have faces numbered 1 through 6. If Elizabeth rolls each cube...
  79. math

    Tricia wants to determine the probability of getting two 1’s when two number cubes are rolled. She makes a tree diagram and uses it to list the possible outcomes
  80. Geometry

    A two-player game is played with two piles of stones, with sizes m,n. On a player's turn, that player can remove any number of stones from one pile, or the same number of stones from each pile. A player loses when they are unable to take a stone. If 1 \leq m,n \leq 30, for how...
  81. math 3

    Lola is placing appetizers on plates. she has 63 spring rolls and 84 cheese cubes. she wants to include both appetizers on each plate. Each plate must have the same numbers of spring rolls and cheese cubes. what is the greatest number of plates she can make using all of the ...
  82. Math

    A standard number cubes with the numbers 1 through 6 is rolled. Find the probability of rolling a number greater than 2.
  83. math

    Lola is placing appetizers on plates. she has 63 spring rolls and 84 cheese cubes. she wants to include both appetizers on each plate. Each plate must have the SAME numbers of spring rolls and cheese cubes. what is the greatest number of plates she can make using ALL of the ...
  84. math

    lola is placing appetizers on plates. she has 63 spring rolls and 84 cheese cubes. she wants to include both appetizers on each plate. each plate must have the same numbers of spring rolls and cheese cubes. what is the greatest number of plates she can make using all of the ...
  85. Math

    What does it mean by saying that there are two number cubes that are used to play a game. Find the number of ways for each outcome to occur and the question is tossing two 3's What do i do?
  86. Math Help

    Hallie is trying to win the grand prize on a game show. Should she try her luck by spinning a wheel with 6 equal sections labeled from 1 to 6 and hope she gets a 5, or should she roll two number cubes and hope she gets the same number on both cubes? Explain
  87. C++ Programming

    Video Game Player Program Write a program to do the following. In main declare a Player Name Array and a Score Array. Declare the size of the arrays to be 100. In the InputData function input the player name and score into the arrays for an unknown number of players up to 100.
  88. algebra

    The sum of a number and three times another number is 18. Find the number if their product is a maximum.
  89. MATH HELP! LAST QUESTION!

    Hallie is trying to win the grand prize on a game show. Should she try her luck by spinning a wheel with 6 equal sections labeled 1 to 6 and hope she gets a 5, or should she roll two number cubes and hope she gets the same number on both cubes? Explain.
  90. math

    a liscense plate that has 3 numbers from 0-9 and 2 letters where each number and a letter may be used more than once. Find the Fundamental Counting Principle to find the number of outcomes in the situation
  91. magh

    a liscense plate that has 3 numbers from 0-9 and 2 letters where each number and a letter may be used more than once. Find the Fundamental Counting Principle to find the number of outcomes in the situation
  92. statistics

    Which of the following defines the probability of an event A, or P(A)? The probability of A equals 0.50. The probability of A equals the number of possible outcomes in the sample space divided by the number of outcomes favorable to A. The probability of A equals the number of ...
  93. math

    What is the maximum number of cubes with a side length of 2 inches that can fit in a box that has a length of 6, a width of 2, and a height of 4? 6 cubes?
  94. math: counting techniques

    Six problems (numbered 1 to 6) are set for a math test. A student can score 0, 1, 2, 3 points for each problem. Find the number of ways to score a total of 15 points for the six problems.
  95. 7th grade math (probability)

    I'm posting corrections from yesterday in addition to new ones. Still not sure how to answer #4. 2. Edwin rolls a number cube and then spins a color from a color card (red, yellow, blue, green, white). What is the probability that he will roll an even number and choose a red ...
  96. math

    An experiment consists of rolling a weighted die. The probability of rolling each number is: Pr[1]=0.2 , Pr[2]=0.15 , Pr[3]=0.25 , Pr[4]=0.15 , Pr[5]=0.05 , and Pr[6]=0.2 . On the first roll, you record if the number is Small (1,2) or Large (3,4,5,6). If the first number is ...
  97. 7th grade math (probability)

    I'm re-posting corrections originally from Wednesday in addition to new ones. Still not sure how to answer #4. 2. Edwin rolls a number cube and then spins a color from a color card (red, yellow, blue, green, white). What is the probability that he will roll an even number and ...
  98. probability and statistics

    Roll a fair six-sided die until you roll a number that is less than one of your previous rolls. To three decimal places, what is the expected value of the number of rolls made?
  99. Math

    Makoto and his friends rolled two fair number cubes 500 times and recorded the sum of the numbers shown on the cubes each time.On 42 of the trials the sum was 10.Which of these is most likely the probability that the sum of the numbers shown on the cubes is 10 when two fair ...
  100. Math

    James and his friends rolled two fair number cubes 500 times and recorded the sum of the numbers shown on the cubes each time.On 42 of the trials the sum was 10.Which of these is most likely the probability that the sum of the numbers shown on the cubes is 10 when two fair ...
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