Outcome A B C D E

Number of trials 6 10 8 12 9

A.8%

B.18%

C.20%

D. 24%

Answer:

The **experimental probability **of the spinner’s landing on C is 18%

The **total **number of spins is:

n = 45

From the table, the **outcome **of C is:

C = 8

So, the **experimental probability **of C is:

P(C) = n(C)/n

This gives

P(C) = 8/45

Divide

P(C) = 0.1777

Express as percentage

P(C) = 17.77%

Approximate

P(C) = 18%

Hence, the **experimental probability **of the spinner’s landing on C is 18%

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Answer:
B. because it is spun 45 times. 45 + 45 = 90.

20 goes into ninety 4 1/2 times. it would probably be 18%

(Just an estimate)

20 goes into ninety 4 1/2 times. it would probably be 18%

(Just an estimate)

I am needing to know the answer to 3/7 of what number is 9?

Need help with questions 11&15

Please help me on 68% on the number y is a 119

What is the answer to the equation 10u+7=8(2u-4)-9

POD: 4 (2a + 3) = 28

Need help with questions 11&15

Please help me on 68% on the number y is a 119

What is the answer to the equation 10u+7=8(2u-4)-9

POD: 4 (2a + 3) = 28

Word Bank:

AAS theorem, ASA postulate, SAS postulate,

SSS postulate, HA, AA, HL, LA, LL, HH

**Answer**

**AAS**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

What is the solution to the following inequality?

**Answer:**

3x - 2x -1 < 4

3x -2x <4+1

x < 4+1

x < 5

2×6÷2+1

=12÷2+1

=6+1

=7

=12÷2+1

=6+1

=7

You would first multiply the 2 and the 6 to get 12. Then you would divide the 12 by the 2 and get 6. Finally you would add one to 6 and get 7

Write it in algebraic expression

12 divided by the sum of h and 2....

12 / (h + 2)

12 / (h + 2)

Since h and 2 together is a sum, and sum is what you get when you add two or more number/variables, add h and 2 for the expression h+2.

Since 12 is being divided by (h + 2), put the 12 above the h+2. This gives you the following expression:

Since 12 is being divided by (h + 2), put the 12 above the h+2. This gives you the following expression:

From the graph , we have to find the length, width and height of the prism to calculate volume .

And for that we have to use distance formula.

And the formula of volume is