# 4 L in a Q 3 S at least in a BT 3 D is the M B?

4 liters in a quart

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### If you have a 10 measuring cup 4 measuring cup and a 3 measuring cup how many pours does it take to get the 4 to 4 the 3 to 1 and the 10 to half?

Assuming the 10 = Cup A, 4 = Cup B and 3 = Cup C 1) Fill Cup C (A=0, B=0, C=3) 2) Pour Cup C into Cup A (A=3, B=0, C=0) 3) Fill Cup B (A=3, B=4, C=0) 4) Fill Cup C from Cup A (A=3, B=1, C=3) 5) Pour the remainder of Cup B into Cup A (A=4, B=0, C=3) 6) Empty Cup C (A=4, B=0, C=0) 7) Fill Cup B (A=4, B=4…

### If A is less than B and B plus C equals 10 and none of them equal zero then which of the following must be true?

You haven't provided any choices for the "which of the following" part of your question. Such questions are best avoided here. However, assuming a, b and c are all natural numbers, all of the following are true for a<b AND b+c=10: a=1, b=2, c=8 a=1, b=3, c=7 a=1, b=4, c=6 a=1, b=5, c=5 a=1, b=6, c=4 a=1, b=7, c=3 a=1, b=8, c=2 a=1, b=9, c=1 a=2, b=3, c=7 a=2, b=4, c=6 a=2, b=5, c=5 a=2…

### What is the probability of obtaining exactly four tails in five flips of a coin if at least three are tails?

We need to determine the separate event. Let A = obtaining four tails in five flips of coin Let B = obtaining at least three tails in five flips of coin Apply Binomial Theorem for this problem, and we have: P(A | B) = P(A ∩ B) / P(B) P(A | B) means the probability of "given event B, or if event B occurs, then event A occurs." P(A ∩ B) means the probability in…

### Can a least common multiple be found for any two natural numbers?

Short answer: Yes. Long answer: Explanation: lcm means least common multiple, gcd means greatest common divisor, |a| means the absolute of a, a / b means a divided by b, a * b means a multiplied by b Premise: Let a and b be a natural numbers, i.e. a ⋲ IN, b ⋲ IN. 1: It is known that lcm(a, b) = (|a| * |b|) / gcd(a, b) 2: Also the gcd of two numbers…

### What number comes next 4 2 8 7 17 4 3 4?

3 then 10 then 4 again as 4 is the delimiter. Therefore, in the original sample 2 + 8 + 7 = 17. Then 4 appears again followed by 3 and 4. Look back and see that 3 is 2 + 1 and 4 is half of 8 and 7 is 8 - 1. So 4 - 1 = 3 and 3 + 4 + 3 = 10. The Formula: [delimiter,a,b,c{b-1},{a+b+c},delimiter,d{a+1},e{b/2},f{e-1},{d+e+f},delimiter] Below is the complete…

### When is the b silent?

The B is usually silent during an MB bond, especially at the end of a certain syllable or word like bomb, comb, tomb, womb, dumb, crumb, limb, climb, lamb, thumb, numb, etc. or if there a BT bond at the end of a certain syllable or word like debt, doubt, etc. When you see an MB or BT bond, the B is not always silent and there's still some cases when the B is pronounced…

### How many quarters would it take to total 8.75?

Method 1 (proper) 1 quarter is namely 1/4. So how many 1/4 are there in a 8.75. Sounds familiar? Yes, we use division to see how many a is in b. b/a gives you the answer. In this case, 8.75 / 1/4 = 8.75 x 4 = 35. Method 2 (No knowledge of division required, but need some translation from English to Math): 4 quarter would make 1, there is at least 8 x 1…

### If sin B 1 over 2 show that 3 cos B - 4 cos cubed B equals 0?

All you need is knowledge of the sine and cosine ratios in a right angle triangle, and Pythagoras. Using Pythagoras you can work out the third side of the triangle which means you now know the value of cos B and so can substitute that into 3 cos B - 4 cos³ B and simplify it to see what the result is; if the result is 0, you have shown the required value. Try working…