Answer:
I believe the answer you are looking for would be 1,234 seconds. I’m not sure tho

A deck of cards contains RED cards numbered 1,2,3, BLUE cards numbered 1,2,3,4,5,6, and GREEN cards numbered 1,2. If a single card is picked at random, what is the probability that the card is GREEN AND has an ODD number? Provide the final answer as a fraction.

Jason family donated 12 cases of soup for the schools food drive. Each case had four rows with six cans of soup in each row. how many cans of soup did Jason's family donate in all?

If triangle ABC = triangle DEC what is the value of x?A. 8B. 5C. 4D. 1E. 2

Kalvin sells bottles of water at baseball games he pays 0.75 per bottle and 3.78 for the ice to keep cold let b represent the number of bottles of water he buys c represent his total cost

Proportional relationships

Jason family donated 12 cases of soup for the schools food drive. Each case had four rows with six cans of soup in each row. how many cans of soup did Jason's family donate in all?

If triangle ABC = triangle DEC what is the value of x?A. 8B. 5C. 4D. 1E. 2

Kalvin sells bottles of water at baseball games he pays 0.75 per bottle and 3.78 for the ice to keep cold let b represent the number of bottles of water he buys c represent his total cost

Proportional relationships

B. 6 x 6,766 = ________

C. one half x 6,766 = ________

D. 1 x 6,766 = ________

A and C

D and B

A and B

C and D

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A and C are the correct answers.

I hope this helps.

A and C I Think......

**Answer:**

constant

**Step-by-step explanation:**

in the expression 4x + 2,

2 is a constant which will remain the same through out the expression

Yes it is a linear function

What is the probability that they all left wearing the wrong hat?

**Answer:**

2/6 or 1/3

(Please vote me Brainliest if this helped!)

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Call monkeys A, B and C and hats 1, 2 and 3

You have :

- A1, B2, C3 (all have the right hat)
- A2, B1, C3
- And so on.

Now, a little more advanced way to solve this is to count in your head. Each outcome gives you a permutation of {1, 2, 3} so there are 3! = 6 Outcomes. Now, if they all wear the wrong hat, you have two choices for the hat of A and then only one choices for B and C. For instance you can choose A2 or A3. If you choose A2 then you must choose B3 and C1.

**Answer:**

20 grams

**Step-by-step explanation:**

10 grams is 50%. 50% x 2= 100%. so you do 50/100=10/20, and you will get 2. Apply that to the 10, 10 x 2=20.

5y + 1

â 4 + 7x â 20y

Let f(x, y) = 7x + 4 5y + 1 . Then fx(x, y) = ________

You need to plug in the (0,0) that’s it