Answer:
There are three equal sections on the spinner: one is red, one is blue, and one is yellow.

From this, we can figure out that the probability of the spinner landing on the blue section is 1/3. Thus, the probability of the spinner not landing on the blue section is 1 - 1/3 or 2/3.

Therefore, if the spinner is spun 250 times, and we are trying to figure out how many times it WON'T land on blue, then we multiple the probability of this happening (2/3) by the number of times that we spin the spinner (250).

2/3 * 250 = 166 2/3

If the spinner is spun 250 times, it will land on a color that is not blue**166 2/3 (approximately 167) times.**

From this, we can figure out that the probability of the spinner landing on the blue section is 1/3. Thus, the probability of the spinner not landing on the blue section is 1 - 1/3 or 2/3.

Therefore, if the spinner is spun 250 times, and we are trying to figure out how many times it WON'T land on blue, then we multiple the probability of this happening (2/3) by the number of times that we spin the spinner (250).

2/3 * 250 = 166 2/3

If the spinner is spun 250 times, it will land on a color that is not blue

Answer:

**Answer:**

167 if you round it up.

3) Meri paid $19.24 for 10.5 gallons ofgas. What was the cost of onegallon?

52 is 30% of what number

320 decimeters= meters

Julie needs to cut 4 pieces of yarn, each with the same length, and a piece of yarn 7.75 inches long. Let y represent the length of each of the equal pieces of yarn that Julie decides to cut. What is the equation that can be used to determine the total length of all of the yarn that she ends up cutting, t? Is the graph of the equation continuous or discrete?

Which weighs more: a pound of feathers or a pound of rocks?(And this was too businesses! What if I want to know how much to price stuff?)

52 is 30% of what number

320 decimeters= meters

Julie needs to cut 4 pieces of yarn, each with the same length, and a piece of yarn 7.75 inches long. Let y represent the length of each of the equal pieces of yarn that Julie decides to cut. What is the equation that can be used to determine the total length of all of the yarn that she ends up cutting, t? Is the graph of the equation continuous or discrete?

Which weighs more: a pound of feathers or a pound of rocks?(And this was too businesses! What if I want to know how much to price stuff?)

**Answer:**

**Maximum no. of baskets which Mrs. Benton can make is , 12.**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

According to the question, the greatest number of basket Mrs. Benton can make is, GCD (Greatest Common Divisor) of 60 and 48.

Now,

60 =

and . 48 =

So, the GCD of 60 and 48 is,

= 12

So, each basket will have,

= 5 cans of beans and

= 4 cans of tuna

**Answer:**

- 13

**Step-by-step explanation:**

f(1) = 7

f(n) = f(n − 1) – 4

f(₂) = f(1) – 4 = 7 - 4 = 3

f(₃) = f(₂) – 4 = 3 - 4 = -1

f(₄) = f(3) – 4 = (-1) - 4 = - 5

f(₅) = f(₄) – 4 = (- 5) - 4 = - 9

f(₆) = f(₅) – 4 = (- 9) - 4 = - 13

The value of **f(6) is -13, **calculated based on the provided **recursive **formula where each term is **four less **than the previous.

We are given that **f(1) = 7,** and the **recursive equation **for n is **f(n) = f(n − 1) – 4**. Since the equation shows that each next term is **four **less than the previous one, we can calculate the following iterations:

**f(2) = f(2-1) - 4 = f(1) - 4 = 7 - 4 = 3****f(3) = f(3-1) - 4 = f(2) - 4 = 3 - 4 = -1****f(4) = f(4-1) - 4 = f(3) - 4 = -1 - 4 = -5****f(5) = f(5-1) - 4 = f(4) - 4 = -5 - 4 = -9****f(6) = f(6-1) - 4 = f(5) - 4 = -9 - 4 = -13**

So, the value of f(6) is -13.

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Rounding numbers make numbers easier to work with. **The tenths **is the place found immediately to the right of the decimal point. The next place is called the *hundredths. *If the number in the hundredths place is 5 or above, we add one to the number in the tenths place and let the other numbers go. If the number in the hundredths place is four or below, we let the other numbers go.

**First.** 200

200 is already rounded to the nearest tenth. Note that there is no any decimal point.

**Second. **19.30 seconds

The number in the tenth place is **3 **and the number in the hundredth place is **0, **that is, zero is less than four, therefore we can say that this number rounded to the nearest tenth is:

19.30 or 19.3

**Third.** Usain bolt, jamaica

We can't round words. This concept is apply only to real numbers.

'200 meters' and '19.30 seconds' are already stated to the nearest tenth. Names of people or places can't be rounded.

**Answer:\**

**x ≥ 6**

**Step-by-step explanation:\**

**4x -30≥ - 3x + 12 **

add 30 to bot size

**4x - 30 + 30 ≥ -3x + 12 + 30**

simplify

**4x ≥ -3x + 42 **

add 3x to bot sides

**4x +3x ≥ -3x+42+3x**

simplify

**7x ≥ 42**

divide bot sides by 7

**7x/7 ≥ 42/7**

simplify

**x ≥ 6**

** **

The **highest common multiple** of this numerator and the denominator is:

**4.**

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From the information given, we don't know how much each potato weighs. All we know is that when you add up all 5 of them you get one kilogram.

If all five have exactly the same weight then it's 200 grams.

If all five have exactly the same weight then it's 200 grams.

Each potato would weigh 200 grams. 1 kg is the equivalent to 1000 grams. So, if you divide 1000 by 5, you get 200 grams. Good luck!