Juan ate 1/3 of the jellybeans. Maria then ate 3/4 of the remaining jelly beans, which left 10 jelly beans. How many jelly beans were there to begin with?

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    A candy store makes a 9-pound mixture of gummy candy, jelly beans, and hard candy. The cost of gummy candy is $2.00 per pound, jelly beans cost $3.00 per pound, and hard candy costs $3.00 per pound. The mixture calls for two times as many gummy candy

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    The ratio of red jelly beans to yellow jelly beans in a dish is 3:4. if greg eats 3 red jelly beans and 6 yellow ones, the ratio is 4;5. how many jelly beans were originally in the dish?

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    Maria ate 1/3 of a pie. Her sister ate 1/5 of what was left. What fraction of the whole pie did her sister eat?

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    Maria ate 1/3 of a pie. her sister, Rebecca, ate 1/5 of that. what fraction of the whole pie did Rebecca eat?

  5. maths

    At the party Jade ate less than four jelly beans. Nicole ate twice as many jelly beans as Jade. Kahlee had twice as many as Nicole. Chris had two more than kahlee. Chris ate ten jelly beans. How many jelly beans were eaten at the party?

  6. 8th grade math

    at a restaurant 42 people had breakfast on saturday morning. 1/7 of the people ate eggs only. 2/3 of people ate both eggs and pancakes. the remaining people ate pancakes only. what is the fraction representing the number of people who ate pancakes only.

  7. Fractions

    Juan ate 1/3 of the jellybeans. Maria then ate 3/4 of the remaining jelly beans, which left 10 jelly beans. How many jelly beans were there to begin with?

  8. Math

    In a bag of 400 jelly beans, 25% of the jelly beans are red in color. If you randomly pick a jelly bean from the bag, what is the probability that the jelly bean picked is NOT one of red jelly beans?

  9. CHEMISTRY

    TWO SUFFIXES THAT INDICATE THE PRESENCE OF OXYGEN IN A POLYATOMIC ION ARE aA. -ite and -ide B. -ite and -ate C. -ate and -ide d -thio and -ate I will be happy to critique your thinking on this.

  10. MATH

    Please I need help with a fraction word problem. Peter and Eric bought a large pizza that has 12 slices. John and Eric ate all the pizza. If John ate 4/6 slices, how much did Eric eat? Who ate more pizza? My answer is Eric ate 4/12 of the pizza and John

  11. Math

    A barrel of jelly beans stands inside a candy shop. Which of these processes uses statistics to estimate the percentage of strawberry jelly beans that are in the barrel? A. Take a scoop of jelly beans from the barrel; find the percentage of strawberry

  12. math

    Results of a survey of fifty students indicate that 30 like red jelly beans, 29 like green jelly beans, and 17 like both red and green jelly beans. How many of the students surveyed like no green jelly beans?

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    We could have ------ lunch with them Had ate Eat Ate Eaten I choose had ate. Ami I right.

  14. math

    four monkeys, ann, bob, carl, don set off to gather bananas. after collecting their bananas, they felt tired and fell asleep. ann woke up first and ate 1/3 of the bananas. bob woke up next and ate 1/3 of the remaining bananas. then carl woke up and ate 1/3

  15. 3rd grade math

    Five students make the following guesses on the number of jelly beans in a jar:72,78,68,60,84.The guesses were off by 14,2,4,6 an 10 (not in order). How many jelly beans are in the jar. my answer is 74.

  16. statistics

    Four jelly beans are selected, one at a time from a bowl containing 6 black, 6 red and 6 green jelly beans. Let x represent the number of black jelly beans selected in 4 draws from the bowl. (A) If this experiment is completed without replacing the jelly

  17. math

    A jar contains 100 white jellybeans, 50 yellow jellybeans and 20 green jellybeans. Jason is blindfolded; he wants to get at least 1 green jellybean. Assuming that each jellybean he removes is randomly chosen, how many must he remove in order to ensure that

  18. Maths

    Three tired and hungry men went to sleep with a bag of apples. One man woke up, ate 1/4 of the apples, then went back to sleep. Later a second man woke up and ate 2/3 of the remaining apples, then went back to sleep. Finally, the third man woke up and ate

  19. math

    Alex came home after school one day and found that his mother had left a plate of cookies. Alex ate 1/4 of the cookies. When his sister Bernice came home, she ate 1/3 of the remaining cookies, and when Carla came home, she ate 1/2 of the cookies on the

  20. Algebra II

    Carole and Canter agree to share the cost of an $18.00 pizza based on how much each ate. If Carole ate 2/3 the amount Canter ate, how much should each pay?

  21. Math

    Two friends cut a large candy bar into equal pieces Harriet ate 1/4 of the pieces nisha ate 1/2 of the remaining pieces 6 pieces were left over how many pieces was the candy bar originally divided into

  22. maths

    At the party Jade ate less than four jelly beans. Nicole ate twice as many jelly beans as Jade. Kahlee had twice as many as Nicole. Chris had two more than kahlee. Chris ate ten jeely beans. How many jelly beans were eaten at the party?

  23. math

    Here it is: One night the palace was having a midnight snack. The king ate 1/6 of the mangoes. The Queen ate 1/5 of the remaining mangoes. The 1st prince ate 1/4 of the mangoes left. Then the 2nd prince ate 1/3 of the remaining mangoes. And the third

  24. maths

    Raj ate 1/7 of an apple. his brother ate the remaining share. What fraction did his brother get?

  25. mathematics

    you share your packet of jelly beans with your sister in the ratio 5:3. how many jelly beans do you get?

  26. math

    A jar of jelly beans contains 50 red gumballs , 45 yellow gumballs, and 30 green gumballs. You reach into the jar and randomly select a jelly bean, then select another without putting the first jelly bean back. What is the probability that you draw two red

  27. Math

    Mr. Fairfax ordered 3 large pizzas for a class party. Group A ate 6/6 ( that should look like a fraction) of the first pizza, and Group B ate 8/6 of the second pizza. Did Group A or B eat more pizza? Then later Group C ate all remaining slices of pizza.

  28. mathematics

    Maria ate 1/3 of a pie. Her sister, Rebecca, ate 1/5 of the pie. What fraction of the whole pie did Rebecca eat?

  29. 5th grade - MATH

    Can someone help me figure out the way to solve this math word problem? Gerri bought a small bag of peanuts and ate 1/2 of the peanuts on Monday. On Tuesday, she ate 1/2 of the peanuts that were left. On Wednesday, she ate 1/2 of the peanuts that were left

  30. math

    In a bird sanctuary 41 different special of birds are being studied. Three large bird feeders are constructed, each providing a different type of bird feed. One feeder has sunflower seeds. A second feeder has a mixture of seeds, and the third feeder has

  31. Math

    Rachel and Rena are sharing a bag of jellybeans. Rachel ate 1/5 of the jellybeans. Rena ate 1/6 of the jellybeans left. Rachel then ate 2/5 of the remaining beans. Rena then ate 2/3 of the ones left. Rachel then ate half which left them two yellow

  32. Math

    Jake ate seven times more jelly beans as Sam. Together they ate 128 jelly beans. How many jelly beans did each person eat?

  33. math

    Alex has a number of jelly beans and ate 2/5 of them. Martha found the remaining jelly beans and ate 2/3 of what was left . There are now 51 left. what fraction of the original number of jelly beans did Martha eat? Express your answer as a simplified

  34. math

    There is a jar of jelly beans, Dad was hungry so he ate half. Brother wanted some too, so he ate a third, Mom saw brother eating some and ate a fourth. Mom gave 6 to Sister and gave 3 to Grandma. How many Jelly beans were in the jar originally? Justify

  35. Math

    bill ate 1 jelly bean on sunday, 2 jelly beans on monday and 3 jelly beans on tuesday. if this continues for the rest of the week, how many jelly beans will bill have eaten in all by the end of saturday?

  36. math

    A jar contains some red and some yellow jelly beans. If a child ate 1 red jelly bean, 1/7 of the remaining candies would be red. If instead the child ate 5 yellow jelly beans, 1/6 of the remaining candies would be red

  37. Probability

    Triscia had 12 jellybeans in a jar (orange ones, green ones, and purple ones). After she ate all the orange ones (but none of any other color), the probability of taking out a green jellybean by chance was twice as high as it was before she ate any

  38. maths

    Paul, Kate and Sarah's mother left a bowl of jellybeans on their kitchen counter. Paul took one-third of the jellybeans, but then threw back 4 because he didn't like the black ones. Sarah ate 6 jellybeans and then took one-quater of what remained. Kate

  39. Math - Algebra

    All the jelly beans in a jar are blue, green, red, white, or yellow. There are b blue jellybeans in the jar, as well as 3/4 b green jelly beans, 5/8 b red jellybeans, 9/16 b white jellybeans, and 7/16 b yellow jellybeans. If there are a total of 216

  40. math

    4 friends order their own personal pan pizzas. No one could finish but Abby ate 2/3, Bobby ate 7/8, Carly ate 3/7, and Danny ate 2/5 of their pizzas. How much did each person eat? Who ate the most, the least and who ate more than half?

  41. Math

    In a bag of red and black jellybeans 136 are red jb and the remaining r black jb if 15% of the jellybeans in the bag are black whatis the total number of jelly beans in bag A) 151 B 175 C) 175 D 200 E 906

  42. math

    danielle has 30 jelly beans and 18 green jelly beans. What is the ratio of yellow jelly beans to greens jelly beans

  43. Math

    Tim ate some chocolate cake for an afternoon snack He left 3/4 of the cake. If his parents ate 1/3 of the remaining cake for dinner, write a multplication problem to represent how much cake tims parentd ate

  44. Math

    You have a jar with 60 jelly beans. You know that 1/3 of the jelly beans are yellow, 1/4 of them are white and the rest is red. You are not allowed to look. How many beans do you have to take out to be absolutely sure to get at least one yellow one? Can

  45. math

    In a bag there are 8 red jelly beans and 7 green jelly beans. The 4 jelly beans are randomly chosen from the bag without replacement. a)create a probability distribution table for choosing red jelly beans b)what is the probability that at least 2 chosen

  46. data management gr.12

    In a bag there are 8 red jelly beans and 7 green jelly beans. The 4 jelly beans are randomly chosen from the bag without replacement. a)create a probability distribution table for choosing red jelly beans b)what is the probability that at least 2 chosen

  47. data management gr.12

    In a bag there are 8 red jelly beans and 7 green jelly beans. The 4 jelly beans are randomly chosen from the bag without replacement. a)create a probability distribution table for choosing red jelly beans b)what is the probability that at least 2 chosen

  48. Math

    Tory has 4 blue jelly beans, 6 red jelly beans, 5 yellow jelly beans, and 1 green jelly bean in his bag. What fraction of the jelly beans are A)Blue B)Yellow C)Red D)Green

  49. Math

    Julio ordered towo pizzas for dinner Friday. Dad ate 3/4 of one pizza, Jenny ate 1/8 of a pizza, Danny ate 1/4 of a pizza, and Mom ate 1/2 of a pizza. What fraction of a pizza was left for a midnight snack?

  50. 4th grade math

    If you ordered two pizzas for dinner Friday. Dad ate 3/4 of one pizza, Jenny ate 1/8 of a pizza, Danny ate 1/4 of a pizza, and Mom ate 1/2 of a pizza. What fraction of a pizza was left for a midnight snack?

  51. Math

    If you ordered two pizzas for dinner Friday. Date ate 3/4 of one pizza, Jenny ate 1/8 of a pizza, Danny ate 1/4 of a pizza, and Mom ate 1/2 of a pizza. What fraction of a pizza was left for a midnight snack?

  52. Fraction

    4friemds ate 3 large pizzas. Shawn ate 3/4, will ate 1/4 and Mattate 3/4. How much pizza is left

  53. word problem

    juan bought 12 oranges and ate 1/4 of them carla bought 12 oranges and ate 1/3 of them . which ate more

  54. math

    The ratio of red jelly beans to yellow jelly beans in a dish is 2:3. If I eat 3 red jelly beans and 6 yellow ones the ratos is 4:5. How many yellow jelly beans were orginally in the dish?

  55. Math

    4 foot sandwich between two people one ate 2/9 of it and the otherone ate 1/6 of it. So at this point they ate so far ? How much is left?

  56. arithmetic

    Kate ate 1/3 of the cookies she made for the bake sale. IF she ate 12 cookies, how much will she make if she sells wach remaining cookie for $0.15 each?

  57. math

    Dad baked a batch of cookies. My brother ate half my mom ate a fourth of the batch. Dad ate 3 and I ate the last two. How many cookie did dad bake? PLEASE help me figure this problem out?

  58. math

    John and Maria had an 8 slice pizza. John ate 1/3 and maria ate 1/4. how much pizza was left?

  59. English

    Which sentence has a misplaced adjective clause? A. Leah ate her sandwich before opening the door, which was oozing jelly. B. Our mom makes peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, which she always stuffs to the edges. C. Leah's friend Carrie, whom she has

  60. English

    1. I ate little food on my lunch plate. 2. I ate a little food on my lunch plate. 3. I ate less food than Bill. 4. Bill ate more food than me. 5. I ate the least food in my class. 6. I ate the least food of all my classmates. 7. I ate the least food of all

  61. Maths

    A music store offers a prize to a customer who can guess the closest, the number of jelly beans that fill a litre jar on the counter. estimate the number of jelly beans in the jar if 1 jelly bean is approximately 2cm (h) by 1.5 cm in diametre (d)

  62. math

    A music store offers a prize to a computer who can guess the closest, the number of jelly beans that fill a litre jar on the counter. Estimate the number of jelly beans in the jar if 1 jelly bean is approximately 2cm long (h) by 1.5cm in diameter(d)

  63. math

    There are 11 kids in a class and the teacher gave out jelly beans and the minimum # is 9, maximum # is 18, mode is 12, median is 13. How do I find out how many jelly beans each student got?

  64. Math

    When a survey of 800 people was done, 55% of those surveyed said they ate candy, 65% said they ate chips and 90% said they ate hot dogs. What is the smallest possible number of people who said they ate candy, chips and soda? -Zach

  65. Math

    Julio ordered towo pizzas for dinner Friday. Dad ate 3/4 of one pizza, Jenny ate 1/8 of a pizza, Danny ate 1/4 of a pizza, and Mom ate 1/2 of a pizza. What fraction of a pizza was left for a midnight snack? Mr. L answered to my question like this: 6/8 +

  66. math-Probablity

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  67. Math

    WE HAD TWO PIZZAS JIM ATE 3 SLICES OF ONE AND KATE ATE 1/4 OF THE OTHER ONE.WHO ATE THE MOST?

  68. Math

    Five friends ate 12-slice pizza. Julie ate twice as many slices as Rich. Jon ate half as many slices as Rich. Jordan and Isaiah together ate half a pizza. Jordan ate one third as many slices as Julie. Isaiah ate the most slices. What fraction of the pizza

  69. Math

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  70. Math

    The ratio of red jelly beans to yellow jelly beans in a dish is 3:4. If Greg eats 3 red jelly beans and 6 yellow ones, the ratio is 4:5. How many yellow jelly beans were originally in the dish?

  71. Math

    Dylan ate 0.4 of the his brother ate 3/10 of the pie Who ate more

  72. math

    Ms.lee class had to guess how many jelly beans were in a jar. The clues were that exactly half were red ,and that exactly one third were blue.Based on the information provided ,which of the following is not a reasonable number of jelly beans that can be in

  73. Math

    One afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Baxter and their 3 children were busy working outside in their garden. Mrs. Baxter was feeling hungry, so she went inside to the kitchen where there was a plate full of cookies. She ate 1/6 of the cookies and then went back to

  74. math

    if kate has 8 red, 4 blue and 4 green jelly beans in her pocket, what is the minimum amount of jelly beans she can bring out of her pocket that will contain all colours?..

  75. Math

    While spending 10 weeks at a university in Germany, Ayesha frequently had dinner with 5 of her classmates: Jack, Erik, Annalee, Peter, and Nola. She ate dinner with each of these classmates exactly 12 times. She ate dinner with every pair of them eight

  76. math

    ms lee class had to guess how many jelly beans were in a jar. The clues were that exactly half were red ,and that exactly one third were blue.Based on the information provided ,which of the following is not a reasonable no.of jelly beans that can be in the

  77. Discrete Probability (Math)

    A box contains 19 yellow, 29 green and 37 red jelly beans. If 14 jelly beans are selected at random, what is the probability that 5 are yellow?

  78. Math

    Trying to find how many jelly beans that can be in the jar? Exactly half were red and exactly one-third were blue, which of the following is not a reasonable number of jelly beans that can be in the jar? Is it 24, 50, 60 or 90?

  79. math

    The equation for: Judy and Linda agree to share the cost of a $21 pizza based on how much each one ate. If Judy ate 3/4 of the amount that Linda ate, how much should each pay? what is the formula please.

  80. Algebra

    Mr. Cal Q. Later has a bag of jellybeans. As he walks around the room, he places a few jellybeans on everyone's desk—everyone's, that is, except Leo. On Leo's desk he places the bag with the remaining jellybeans. Here are the numbers: 17: Harumi 14:

  81. math

    Mrs Olive gave her 4 children a sack of candy to share. Mark ate 1/2 of the candy in the sack and passed the sack to Rachel. Rachel ate 1/3 of the remaining candy and passed the sack to Fred. Fred then ate 1/4 of the candy that remained and passed the sack

  82. math

    one bag of jelly beans contains 14 red jelly beans. how many red jelly beans would be found in 4 bag of jelly beans

  83. math

    Alex came home after school one day and found that his mother had left a plate of cookies. Alex ate 1/4 of the cookies. When his sister Bernice came home, she ate 1/3 of the remaining cookies, and when Carla came home, she ate 1/2 of the cookies on the

  84. English

    Which sentence contains a linking verb? A.) Maria's mother called the doctor. B.) She seems worried.*** C.) Maria ate some soup. D.)The doctor will arrive soon.

  85. algebra

    Jess ate 1/4 of a pizza.Jack ate 1/3 of the same pizza.Dennis ate 1/2 of the same pizza.Explain and show with math if this is possible?

  86. Math

    Pat purchases 2.5 pounds of jelly beans at $.89 per pound. How much did Pat pay for his jelly beans in all?

  87. math..word problem

    Mary had some M&M candy. She ate one, then gave half of the remaining candy to Bill. She ate another candy, then gave 1/3 of the remaining to Edie, leaving 6. How many did she give away to Bill and Edie?

  88. math

    Three boys are sharing a cake. Joey ate 2/5 of the cake, Billy ate 1/3 of it, and Matt ate the remaining piece. What is the ratio of Joey's piece to Billy's piece to Matt's piece?

  89. math

    please explain how to get the answer to this question. five students make the following guesses on the number of jelly beans in a jar: 72, 78, 68, 60 and 84. the guesses were off by 14, 2, 4, 6 and 10 (not in order). how many jelly beans are in the jar?

  90. MATH

    Peter ate 2/8 of a pizza.John ate half of what Peter ate. What fraction of the pizza did John eat? Who ate more?

  91. algebra

    Junior ate 30% of the sandwiches at the picnic. If he ate 1 ½ sandwiches, how many sandwiches were there? you cant solve this right? We can't?? Sez who? Let x denote the number of sandwiches. Then we're told 30%x=.30x=1.5 sandwiches. So x=1.5/.30=??

  92. Math

    Ava, Keirra, and Victoria ate exactly 3/4 of their candy bars. Ava ate 3 pieces, Kierra ate 6 pieces and Victoria ate 9 pieces. How is this possible?

  93. math

    if jay eats 1/3 of jelly beans and jack 1/4 of the jelly bean leveing bill with 10 jelly bean how many were there to start with

  94. English

    1. There were big, medium, and small dinosaurs. Some ate plants, others ate meat, some ate both meat and plants, the rest ate fish. 2. 1. There were big, medium, and small dinosaurs. Some ate plants, some ate meat, some ate both meat and plants, the others

  95. math

    a jar of jelly beans contains 33 red, 52 white, 70 yellow ad 85 orange. To the nearest whole percent, what percent of the total jelly beans are orange?

  96. math

    The ratio of red jelly beans to yellow jelly beans in a dish is 3.4. If Greg eats 3 red ones and 6 yellow ones, the ratio is 4.5. How many yellow jelly beans were originally in the dish? Do you make 3.4 a fraction and 4.5 a fraction and times them? 3/6

  97. math

    Guests at a winter-themed party were served snowball cookies, snowman cookies, and snowflake cookies. All of the guests who ate snowball cookies also ate snowman cookies. Three-fourths of the snowball eaters did not also eat snowflake cookies. There were

  98. math

    Guests at a winter-themed party were served snowball cookies, snowman cookies, and snowflake cookies. All of the guests who ate snowball cookies also ate snowman cookies. Three-fourths of the snowball eaters did not also eat snowflake cookies. There were

  99. English

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  100. Math

    John ate some pie for lunch. He left 2/3 of the pie. Jerry ate 1/2 of the remaining pie. How much pie did Jerry eat?

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