# Write the products 6 tens =9 tens =12 tens=10 elevens=

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Step-by-step explanation:

6 tens =  6 * 10 = 60

9 tens =9* 10 = 90

12 tens=12 * 10 = 120

10 elevens=10 * 11 = 110

## Related Questions

Given: ∠T ≅ ∠V; ST || UVProve: TU || VW

4 connected lines are shown. A line from point S goes slightly down and to the left to point T to form S T. A line from point T goes slightly down and to the right to point U to form T U. A line from point U goes slightly down and to the left to point V to form U T. A line goes slightly down and to the right to point W to form point W.

Complete the two-column proof.

Step-by-step explanation:

Given: ∠T ≅ ∠V; ST || UV

Prove: TU || VW

4 connected lines are shown. A line from point S goes slightly down and to the left to point T to form S T. A line from point T goes slightly down and to the right to point U to form T U. A line from point U goes slightly down and to the left to point V to form U T. A line goes slightly down and to the right to point W to form point W.

Complete the two-column proof.

♣ =

✔ alternate interior angles theorem

♦ =

✔ transitive property

♠ =

✔ converse alternate interior angles theorem

just did the assignment

Because if ∠T ≅ ∠V, and ST || UV,

the line will go down degrees to form TU || VW.

50 POINTSTyrone rolls a standard number cube multiple times and records the data in the table above. At the end of the experiment, he counts that he has rolled 155 sixes. Find the experimental probability of rolling a six, based on Tyrone’s experiment. Round the answer to the nearest thousandth.

Step-by-step explanation:

Unless I'm reading this incorrectly, he throws 155 6's.

There are 1000 throws altogether (according to the table)

So the experimental probability is 155/1000 = 0.155

The answer is B. It is a bit tricky to read.

Mark had 3/2 cans of paint and used 1/2 can for his room. what fraction of the paint did he use

Given:

Mark had cans of paint and used can for his room.

To find:

The fraction of the paint did he use.

Solution:

Total paint = cans

Paint used = can

The fraction of the paint did he use is:

Therefore, Mark use of the paint.

Luis is doing his math homework. He has 30 problems in all. After an hour, he only has 1/6 of those problems left. How many problems does he have left?

Step-by-step explanation:

Luis has 30 problems and after one hour, of those problems are left. This means that the total number of problems left will be .

Multiplying by a fraction is the same as dividing by a whole. The denominator of is 6, so we can divide 30 by 6.

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Step-by-step explanation: 1/6 of 30 is 5, so 30 minus 5 equals 25.

out of 24 students, 6 preferred to use pastels for their portraits while 4 preferred to use watercolours watercolours. what percentage of the class preferred pastels? % Jasmin bought a box of 40 assorted coloured pastels, 1/5 are blue, 3/10 are green, 20% are red and 5 are yellow. Of which colour are there most pastels? How many pastels are colours other than blue, green, red or yellow?

The percentage of the class-preferred pastels will be 25%. The color there has most pastels will be Green. And the number of pastels that are colors other than blue, green, red, or yellow will be 7.

### What is the percentage?

The quantity of anything is stated as though it were a fraction of a hundred. A quarter of 100 can be used to express the ratio. Per 100 is what the term percent signifies. The symbol ‘%’ is used to symbolize it.

Out of 24 students, 6 preferred to use pastels for their portraits while 4 preferred to use watercolors. Then the percentage of the class preferred pastels will be

P = 6 / 24 x 100

P = 0.25 x 100

P = 25%

Jasmin bought a box of 40 assorted colored pastels, 1/5 are blue, 3/10 are green, 20% are red and 5 are yellow. Then the number of pastels of each color will be

Blue = 1/5 = 8 / 40 = 8

Green = 3/10 = 12 / 40 = 12

Red = 0.2 = 1/5 = 8 / 40 = 8

Yellow = 5

The number of pastels are colors will be

⇒ 40 - 8 - 12 - 8 - 5

⇒ 40 - 33

⇒ 7

The color there has most pastels will be Green. And the number of pastels that are colors other than blue, green, red, or yellow will be 7.

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4% used pastels.

Step-by-step explanation:,,

green is the most

5 isnt blue.green,yello or red

Colin’s piano lesson is 45 minutes, or 3/4 of an hour, long. If he practices 6 different songs and spends an equal amount of time on each song, what fraction of an hour does he spend practicing each song?

15/2 minutes

Step-by-step explanation:

Class duration= 45 minutes

For 6 songs = 45 minutes

For 1 song = 45/6 = 15/2 minutes

Given:

Colin’s piano lesson is 45 minutes, or Three-fourths of an hour, long. If he practices 6 different songs and spends an equal amount of time on each song, what fraction of an hour does he spend practicing each song ?

Solution:

we have,

→ Colin’s piano lesson is = 45 minutes .

and,

→ he practices total different songs = 6

also, given that, he spends an equal amount of time on each song .

So,

→ Time he spend on each song = Total time of lesson / Total number of songs he practice = 45/6 = (15/2) Minutes.

now, we know that,

→ 60 minutes = 1 hour .

→ 1 minute = (1/60) hour .

then,

(15/2) minutes = (1/60) * (15/2) = (1/8) hours.

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