Bag A contains 6 white beads and 3 black beads. Bag B contains 6 white beads and 4 black beads.One bead is chosen at random from each bag. find the probability that both beads are black and at least one

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  1. 4th grade math

    Barb is making a bead necklace. She strings 1 white bead, then 3 blue beads, then 1 white bead, and so on. Write the numbers for the first eight beads that are white. What is the rule for the pattern. Please help me explain this to my 4th grader

  2. 11th grade math algebra 2 trig

    you are buying beads and string to make a necklace. the string coast $1.50 a pack of 10 decorative beads costs $0.50 and a pack of 25 plain beads costs $0.75 you can only spend $7.00 and you need 150 beads you wish the necklace to be as decrative as

  3. Algebra

    You are buying beads and string to make a necklace. The string costs $1.50, a package of 10 decorative beads costs $.50, and a package of 25 plain beads costs $.75. You can spend only $7.00 and you need 150 beads. How many packages of each type of bead

  4. MATH - 2ND GRADE

    Sonya has 140 beads. How many bags of 10 beads does she need so that she will have 200 beads in all?

  5. 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?

  6. 6th grade math

    Cameron is making bead necklaces. Hehas 90 green beads Nd 108 blue beads. what is the greatest number of identical necklace es he can make if he wants to use all the beads

  7. math

    For each bracelet Julie makes, she uses 5 green beads, 6 red beads, and 7 white beads. How many bracelets can she make?

  8. Math

    Juanita is making necklaces to give as presents she plans to put 15 beads on each necklace beads are sold in packages of 20 what is the least number of packages she can buy to make necklaces and have no beads left over

  9. math

    Jordan is making a beaded necklace, 2/3 of the beads she uses are red and 4/21 of the beads are blue, she wants the rest to be white, what fraction of the beads should be white?

  10. math

    Julia collects colored beads for craft projects. Of Julia’s beads, 4/ 9 are silver, 1/5 are gold, and 1 /4 are blue. The rest of the beads are red. Which expression gives the closest estimate of the fraction of red beads Julia has?

  11. math

    Naomi has 50 red beans and white beads.the number of red beads is 1 more than 6 times the number of white beads. How many red beads does Naomi have

  12. Algebra 2

    Dante is making a necklace with 18 rows of tiny beads in which the number of beads per row is given by the series 3+10+17+24+... a. If you were to write this series in summation notation, give i. the lower limit of the sum ii. the upper limit of the sum

  13. Math

    Mabel has a total of 54 decorative beads. Some are black and some are white. The ratio of the number of black beads to the number of white beads is 7 : 2. How many more black beads than white beads are there?

  14. Math

    Stacey made a necklace using 4 times as many blue beads as red beads. She used a total of 40 beads. How many blue beads did Stacey use?

  15. math 4th grade

    Not sure what to do here? Naomi has 50 red beads and white beads. The number of red beads is 1 more than 6 times the number of white beads. How many red beads does Naomi have?

  16. Gr.12 Data Management

    Anwar is stringing wooden beads on a leather thong. He has twelve beads of various sizes and will tie a knot in the thong when he has put them all onto it. How many different necklaces could he make? (Hint: Does the exact opposite order of beads produce a

  17. math

    The table shows the number of beads used to make a necklace. Ginger wants to make a smaller necklace using the same ratio of pink to white beads. How many different necklaces could Ginger make? How do you know? Colour Number Pink 30 White 35

  18. mathematics

    Gerald buys a bag of 7,500 assorted beads online. A random sampe of 150 beads contains 17 red beads. Predict the number of red beads in the bag of assorted beads that Gerald bought.

  19. maths

    Bag A contains 6 white beads and 3 black beads. Bag B contains 6 white beads and 4 black beads.One bead is chosen at random from each bag. find the probability that both beads are black and at least one of the two beads is white??

  20. Mathematics

    Ellie bought two packs of beads. Altogether she has 1,254 beads. If the number of beads in each bag is the same, how many beads are in three packs? How many total beads does Ellie have?

  21. chemistry

    6 small glass beads are found to weigh 9.34 g. The beads are placed in a graduated cylinder filled with ethyl alcohol (density 0.78 g/mL). The reading of the liquid in the cylinder before the beads were added is 21.5 mL. After the beads sink to the bottom

  22. math [pls help. it is urgent]

    2/5 of my sister's beads are yellow, 7/13 of the remaining beads are green. The rest of the beads are black. If there are 32 more yellow beads than black beads, how many beads are green.

  23. math

    Rosie had a necklace 2/3 beads were red, 14/21 beads wet blue how many are white is the and 3/21

  24. math 4th grade

    Anna has 32 red beads, 16 blue beads, and 8 green beads. She wants to put an equal number of each kind of bead on necklaces she is making. How many of each kind of beads can Anna put on each necklace? Can anyone explain this clearly.

  25. Math

    You do not have enough 6-inch beads to make the rope, so you will use 10-inch beads instead. Write and solve an inequality that represents the number of 10-inch beads that you can use.

  26. 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? Find the ratio of Maya's beads to Kayla's

  27. math

    A jewelry designer is making identical bracelets. She has 21 blue beads and 14 red beads. What is the greatest number of bracelets she can make using all of the beads

  28. Math

    Directions: write and solve an algebraic equation or inequality for each problem. 1. Mabel has a total of 54 beads. Some are black and some are white. The ratio of the number of black beads to the number of white beads is 7:2. How many more black beads

  29. Math

    2/5 of my sister's beads are yellow, 7/13 of the remaining beads are green. The rest of the beads are black. If there are 32 more yellow beads than black beads, how many beads are green.

  30. Math

    Barb is making a bead necklace. She strings 1 white bead, then 3 blue beads, then 1 white bead, and so on. Write the numbers for the first eight beads that are white. What is the rule for the pattern.?

  31. Math

    Sarah has 24 blue beads, 36 gold beads, 60 silver beads, and 72 purple beads. She is planning to decorate jewelry boxes for her friends and wants to distribute the beads evenly among the jewelry boxes. What is the greatest number of jewelry boxes that Eva

  32. math

    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?

  33. algebra

    Naomi has 50 red beads and white beads. The number of red beads is 1 more than 6 times the number of white beads. How many red beads does Naomi have?

  34. 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? b) Find the new ratio of

  35. Math

    You are making necklaces for your friends. You have 72 blue beads and 42 red beads. Each friend will riecive an identical necklace, and all your beads must be used

  36. Math

    cameron is making bead necklaces. he has 90 green beads and 108 blue beads. what's the greatest number of identical necklace he can make if he wants to use all the beads

  37. algebra

    You are buying beads and string to make a necklace. The string costs $1.50, a package of 10 decorative beads costs $.50, and a package of 25 plain beads costs $.75. You can spend only $7.00 and you need 150 beads. How many packages of each type of bead

  38. MATH

    Nicole makes a keychain by using yellow, red and green beads. The number of red beads used is more than twice the number of yellow beads by 10, while the number of green beads used is more than one-third the number of yellow beads by 7. It is known that

  39. math

    junita is making necklace to give present.she plans to put15 beads in each necklace . Beads are sold in packages of 20.what is the least number of packages she can buy to make necklaces and have no beads left over?

  40. 5TH GRADE MATH

    John placed 128 beads in equal rows to make an art project. His friend Mark used 125 beads to make a similar project. Is it possible for their projects to contain the same number of beads in a row? Please show and explain the answer.

  41. Math

    Four kids; Aaron, Bessy, Carli, and Dawn Play with beads. They start with 200 beads in all. Aaron gave Bessy 26 beats, Bessy gave Carli 36 beats, Carli gave Dawn 32 beads, and Dawn gave Aaron 4 beads. They end up with the same number of beads each other.

  42. English

    “No one knows for sure when humans began to use symbolic behavior or thought”. Which statement from “Emergence of Modern Thought” best supports the author’s statement? Emergence of Modern Thought • The South African beads were made from the

  43. math

    in lucys bead collection 75% of the beads where red 12% are blue the rest are green she has 104 green beads how many are blue beads

  44. Mathematics

    The table shows the number of beads used to make a necklace. Ginger wants to make a smaller necklace using the same ratio of pink to white beads. How many different necklaces could Ginger make? How do you know?

  45. Maths

    A bag contains 4 white beads and one black bead. Three beads are removed from the bag individually being replaced before each selection .find the probability that from the three beads there are at least two black beads

  46. Math

    Directions: write and solve an algebraic equation or inequality for each problem. 1. Mabel has a total of 54 beads. Some are black and some are white. The ratio of the number of black beads to the number of white beads is 7:2. How many more black beads

  47. 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 black beads than white

  48. Maths

    Jennifer packed some beads into 3 bags labelled A,B,and C.Bag Ahad the most number of beads and Bag C had least.The difference in the number of beads between bag A and the other two bags were 51 and 108 respectively. Given that bag C contained 15% of the

  49. Math

    I'm stumped on this question, would appreciate some help please. Ms. Babalola has a bag that contains 4 white beads, 6 red beads, 5 yellow beads, and 5 blue beads. One head is selected and not replaced. Then a second bead is selected and replaced. Then a

  50. math

    Barb is making a big necklace she screams one white be done 3 blue beads and one white bead and someone write the number for the first 8 beads that are white what is the rule for the pattern

  51. math

    juile is making a nacklace out of red, green, and white beads. she strings the beads in order shown above and and continues the pattern. each bead is 1/4 inch in diameter. how many beads of each color will she need to make a necklace 24 inches long?

  52. Math

    Natasha had 2356 beads, Lydia had 1176 beads and moon had 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

  53. math

    eddie made a beaded necklace for his mother. every third bead is blue. every seventh bead is green. all the remaining beads are white. there are 20 beads in all. how many beads are blue? green? white?

  54. Greenhill

    Abag contains 11red beads 4 green beads 1 purple bead. Two beads are drawn without replacement in the bag. A). Calculate probability ttwo beads are same colour. And. B) calculate probability purple bead is not taken.

  55. math

    naomi has 50 red beads and white beads. The number or red beads is 1 more 6 times the number of white beads. how many red? please explain.

  56. Math

    Barb is making a bead neaklace. She strings 1 white bead,then 3 blue beads,then 1 white bead,and so on. Write the numbers for the first eight beads that are white. What is a rule for the pattern?

  57. Algebra

    Barb is making a bead necklace. She strings 1 white bead, then 3 blue beads, then 1 white bead, and so on.Write the numbers for the first eight beads that are white.What is the rule for the pattern

  58. math

    Barb is making a bead necklace. She strings 1 white bead, then 3 blue beads, then 1 white bead, and so on. Write the numbers for the first eight beads that are white. What is the rule for the pattern?

  59. math

    Tom has a total of 95 beads. He has 20 more red beads than blue beads. He has twice as many white beads as red beads. How many blue beads does Tom have?"

  60. maths

    Tom has a total of 95 beads. He has 20 more red beads than blue beads. He has twice as many white beads as red beads. How many blue beads does Tom have?

  61. math

    Bari has 180 Mardi Gras beads. 2/3 of the beads are green. 40% of the remaning beads are gold and the rest are purple. What fraction of the beads are gold? how many purple beads does she have?

  62. math

    Bari has 180 Mardi Gras beads. 2/3 of the beads are green. 40% of the remaning beads are gold and the rest are purple. What fraction of the beads are gold? how many purple beads does she have?

  63. 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? Which color of beads will she run out first?

  64. 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? Which color of beads will she run out of first?

  65. Math

    Sarah has 24 blue beads, 36 gold beads, 60 silver beads, and 72 purple beads. She is planning to decorate jewelry boxes for her friends and wants to distribute the beads evenly among the jewelry boxes. What is the greatest number of jewelry boxes that Eva

  66. Math

    3 black beads and 3 white beads are placed on a string in a circular fashion. How many possible color arrangements are there? *Reiny answered the question...just want to check my answers as to the color arrangements. Anyone?

  67. statistics

    A pouch contains 59 green beads 78 red beads an 50 yellow beads how many blue beads should be added so that the probability of drawing a red bead is one third

  68. statistics

    a pouch contains 97 green beads 72 red beads and 7 yellow beads. how many blue beads should be added so that the probability of drawing a red bead is 3/10 ?

  69. 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???

  70. 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?

  71. 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? b) Find the new ratio of Maya’s

  72. Math

    Agnes had 4 times as many blue beads as yellow beads. For every 5 beads she used to make a necklace, she used 3 yellow beads. She completed the necklace after she had used up all the yellow beads. If she had 35 blue beads left, how many yellow beads did

  73. math

    Naomi has 50 red beads and white beads. The number of red beads is 1 more than 6 times the number of white beads. How many red beads does Naomi have?

  74. Math

    Naomi has 50 red beads and white beads. The number of red beads is 1 more than 6 times the number of white beads. How many red beads does Naomi have?

  75. math

    Naomi has 50 red beads and white beads together the # of red beads is 1 more than 6 times the# of white beads how many red beads does naomi

  76. 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? b) Find the new ratio of Maya’s

  77. math

    mary has 108 red beads and 90 green beads she wants to use all the beads. how many necklaces can she make and how many of each color will be on each necklace

  78. Pre-ap 7th grade math

    Beads for sale: 12cents for 15. Write an equation relating the cost (c) and the number of beads (n) for the beads.

  79. Math

    Ivan has 5 times as may blue beads as red beads he has 49 red and blue beads in all. how man blue beads does he have ? I am a mother of a 4th graded I need help trying to help her understand how to do this cause I can't figure it out I know it's a 2 step

  80. math discrete

    (a)Sarah wants to make a bracelet. She needs some beads and goes to a shop where they sell beads in exactly 100 different colours. i. How many ways can she pick 25 beads, each of a different colour? ii. How many ways can she pick any 25 beads? (b) Suppose

  81. MATH HELP HELP HELP HELP HELP

    (a)Sarah wants to make a bracelet. She needs some beads and goes to a shop where they sell beads in exactly 100 different colours. i. How many ways can she pick 25 beads, each of a different colour? ii. How many ways can she pick any 25 beads? (b) Suppose

  82. MATH HELP HELP HELP HELP HELP

    (a)Sarah wants to make a bracelet. She needs some beads and goes to a shop where they sell beads in exactly 100 different colours. i. How many ways can she pick 25 beads, each of a different colour? ii. How many ways can she pick any 25 beads? (b) Suppose

  83. Maths

    A string of beads is made up of 5 orange and 5 black beads. If they are randomly arranged around the necklace, how many possible combinations are there? These questions always get me. Anyway thanks to anyone who helps

  84. math

    Cameron is making bead necklaces. He has 90 green beads and 108 blue beads. What is the greatest number of identical necklaces he can make if he wants to use all the beads?

  85. EQUVALENT RATIO

    LISA PURCHASE 200 BEADS FOR $48 TO MAKE A NECKLACE. IF SHE NEEDS TO BUY 25 MORE BEADS,HOW MUCH WILL SHE PAY IF SHE CHARGES THE SAME RATE. NUMBER OF BEADS 200 ? 25 COST IN DOLLARS 48 ? ?

  86. physics/science

    My teacher put Marti Gras beads in a plastic beaker she pulled some beads out and let them fall to the ground. It looked as if the beads were not touching the rim of the beaker and was just flying over it. What exactly was it doing?

  87. math

    Jay has 6,200 beads. He is making bracelets with 9 beads each. How many bracelets can he make? How many beads will be left. I know the answer to the first question, but i don't know the second.

  88. 11th grade math algebra 2 trig

    Dr. Bob222 I am sorry for my improper use of grammar. (not intended in a smart alike way.) you are buying beads and string to make a necklace. The string coast $1.50; A pack of 10 decorative beads costs $0.50; And a pack of 25 plain beads costs $0.75. You

  89. MATH 12 HELP!

    One bag contains 4 white balls and 6 black balls. Another bag contains 8 white balls and 2 black balls. A coin tossed to select a bad, then a ball is randomly selected from that bag. Suppose white ball was drawn. What is the probability that it came from

  90. math

    beads for sale: 12 cents for 15. Write an equation relating the cost (c) and the number of beads (n0 for the beads. Katie or Halida or whoever, Please note that we don't do students' homework for them. Our tutors try to give you the information to help you

  91. Algebra 1 (Reiny)

    Samantha is making beaded necklaces using 54 glass beads and 18 clay beads. She wants each necklace to have the same number of beads, but each necklace will have only one type of bead. If Samantha puts the greatest possible number of beads on each

  92. maths

    If the side of triangle are equal, and it was made by placing beads touching it other, how many beads would you use if there are 3 beads on each side?

  93. Math

    Naomi and 50 red beads and white beats the number of red beads is one more than six times the number of white bees how many red beans does Naomi have. What does one more than six times the number of white beads mean coming from me Alexis I do not know how

  94. math

    Juanita is making necklaces to give as presents she plans to put 15 beads on each necklace beads are sold in packages of 20 what is the least number of packages she can buy to make necklaces and have no beads leftover over

  95. Algebra

    You are playing with a pile of beads and notice if you put them in groups of 4 you have 3 beads left over, in groups of 5 you have 4 beads left over and in groups of nine you do not have any left over. What is the smallest number of beads. Left over

  96. Mathemetics

    Gemma is making necklaces she needs 10 beads for each one she has 10 beads for each one she has 57 beads altogether .how many necklaces can she make?

  97. Math

    Three black and three white beads are arranged on a string forming a circular bracelet. How many different color combinations are possible?

  98. Math

    Kira has 16 red beads, and she has 8 fewer yellow beads than red beads. kira also has 7 more green beads than red beads. How many does Kira have in all?

  99. math

    There are 25 red beads,x blue beads and y green beads in a box.When a bead is picked at random,the probability that it is blue is 1 over 4 and the probability that it is green is 1 over 3. (a)Find the value of x and y. (b)How many blue beads must be added

  100. Algebra 1

    While playing a game, Rachel pulls two tiles out of a bag without looking and without replacing the first tile. The bag has two colors of tiles--black and white. There are 10 more white tiles than black tiles. a. Write and simplify an expression that

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