Kelly has 15 blue bracelets and 12 green bracelets. What is the ratio of Kelly’s blue bracelets to green bracelets?

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  4. Math

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  8. math

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  9. math

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  14. Math

    I need explanation if some can help thank you A box Is filled with green marbles, red marbles, and blue marbles. The ratio of red marbles to Green marbles is 3:1. The ratio of red marbles to all the marbles in the box is 2 :11. Write the following ratios.

  15. Math

    Kelly has 15 blue bracelets and 12 green bracelets. What is the ratio of Kelly’s blue bracelets to green bracelets?

  16. Math

    Why are there never any answers to math questions on here?... Anywho, I'd like some answers to this math quiz. Pretty please. Kelly and Rachel collected 193 pounds of newspaper between them. Kelly collected 35 pounds more than Rachel. How many pounds of

  17. physics

    A blue and a green billiard ball, each with a mass of 0.15 kg, collide directly. Before the collision, the blue ball had a speed of 3 m/s while the green ball had a speed of 2 m/s. After the collision, the green ball stays in place while the blue ball

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  19. math

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  20. Algebra 1

    Mary is selling her crafts to earn money. She sells her bracelets for $6 and her necklaces for $10. Her goal is to make at least $120 in sales. Let x = the number of bracelets she sells. Let y = the number of necklaces she sells. Which of the following

  21. Math

    Use the blue and green rectangles. a. Find the ratio of the length of the blue rectangle to the length of the green rectangle. Repeat this for width, perimeter, and area. Blue Length : Green Length = ft : ft = 1 : 2 Blue Width : Green Width = ft : ft = :

  22. math

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  23. English plural form

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  24. math

    Use red, blue, and green counters. Make a set of counters with these two ratios: red:blue = 5:6, blue:green = 3:4. How many different ways can you do this? Record each way you find.

  25. Mathematics

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  26. Math

    Christie decided to make bracelets for the fifth-grade girls. 2/5 of the bracelets were finished on Monday, and 3/7 of the bracelets were finished on Tuesday. What part of the total number of the bracelet are finished?

  27. Maths

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  30. Algebra

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  31. stats

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  32. math

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  33. Math

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  34. math

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  35. Algebra

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  36. Math

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  37. Math

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  38. Statistics

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  39. Art/English

    Once upon a time in a faraway island named Flutter island lived Kelly the butterfly and her friends. Her friends were Chloe, Erik, and Jim. They always played together. (Would with each other be fine?) Then one day as they were playing hide and go seek a

  40. math

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  41. algebra

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  42. Statistics

    A bag contains 5 blue candies and 6 green candies. You randomly pick a piece of candy from the bag, observe the color, then put it back in the bag. You repeat this process 5 times. Find the following probabilities (rounded to the nearest thousandths): a.)

  43. art-colors

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  44. Algebra

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  45. math

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  46. Pre-Algebra

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  47. Math

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  48. math

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  49. Math

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  50. Economics

    Suppose you are a producer of friendship bracelets. How would the following events affect your/the market's willingness and ability supply friendships bracelets? Match the event on the left to the proper determinant on the right. 1. The price of friendship

  51. Math

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  52. Math

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  53. cconcept development

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  54. fundamental skills

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  55. math

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  56. Economics

    Suppose you are a producer of friendship bracelets. How would the following events affect your/the market's willingness and ability supply friendships bracelets? Match the event on the left to the proper determinant on the right. 1. The price of friendship

  57. English

    posted by rfvv on Monday, August 29, 2011 at 12:18am. 1. I have three balls: one is green, another is blue, and the other is white. 2. I have three balls: one is green, a second is blue, and the third is white. (Are both grammatical?) 3. I have three

  58. Economics

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  59. Math

    An artist mixes blue and yellow to make a shade of green. The ratio of blue to yellow is four to one. The color blue makes up what fraction of the mixture?

  60. Mathematics

    A total of $460 was shared between Avinash and Kelly. Kelly received three times the amount of money than Avinash. How much more money did Kelly receive than Avinash.

  61. math

    Dina can make six bracelets in an hour. At the same rate, how many bracelets could she make in each allotted time listed in the table? Separate each answer with a comma.

  62. English-Help

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  63. Math

    A box contains 7 pieces of candy: 1 green, 1 blue, and 5 red. You select one piece at random. Find the following probabilities. a.) P ( P(green or red ) = b.) P ( P(green and red ) c.) P ( P(green or blue ) = d.) P ( P(not(green or blue) ) =

  64. Statistics

    A box contains 7 pieces of candy: 1 green, 1 blue, and 5 red. You select one piece at random. Find the following probabilities: a.) P(green or red ) = 5/7-1/7=4/7 b.) P(green and red ) =6/7 c.) P (green or blue ) = 1/7-1/7=7 d.) P(not(green or blue) )

  65. Math

    To make green paint, Jeff's art teacher instructed him to mix blue and yellow paint. To make the desired shade of green, the ratio of blue paint to yellow paint is 3:4. What the does the ratio 3:4 mean? a. 4 parts yellow for every 3 parts blue b. 4 parts

  66. math

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  67. science/math

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  68. Math

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  69. HELP MATH

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  71. Math ratios

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  72. Math

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  73. Math

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  74. math

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  75. Math

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  76. Foundations Math 12

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  77. math

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  78. math

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  79. Math/Management

    Ten jobs are to be completed by three workers (Sam, Joy, and Kelly) during the next week. Each person works a 40-hour week and is paid an hourly rate: Sam, Joy, and Kelly earn $11, $13, and $14 per hour, respectively. Union rules require workers to be

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  81. Math

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  82. Math

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  83. math

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  84. math

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  85. Algebra

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  86. English

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  87. psychology

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  88. Psychology

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  89. Art... Color

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    Two urns each contain green balls and blue balls. Urn I contains 4 green balls and 6 blue balls, and Urn II contains 6 green balls and 2 blue balls. A ball is drawn at random from each urn. What is the probability that both balls are blue? A. 2/15 B. 3/20

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  92. check/bio!!!!

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  93. algebra

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  94. math

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  95. Investing

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  96. math

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  97. physics

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  98. HELP MATH

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  100. math

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