You would expect it 0.3 of the times.
If the sides are numbered 1 to 10, then 3/10.
About 2/3 of the time.
2, 4, and 6 are multiples of 2. This is 1/2 of the face, so the probability is 1/2
It is not a fraction, it is a multiple.
The factors of 20 are 1, 2, 4, 5, 10, and 20. We can take 10 and 20 off the list, because they're not on the six-sided dice. So, 4 out of 6 sides of the dice will give us a factor of 20. That means we can expect (if the dice is fair) to get a factor of 20 about 4/6 of the time. 4/6 simplified is 2/3.
I would expect it to land on a number of 4 or higher 50% of the time or roughly 24 times.
There is no multiple of 9 giving the 0 at the end except 10. The fraction form of 69 would only be possible to express as 69/100.
if and only if the denominator is the multiple of the numerator... in that case, you would have the fraction is the form: x / kx you can see that when you simplify, you get 1 / k...
That would depend on what A sided polygon it is.
If it is a fair die, the probability of throwing a 4 in a single go is 1/6. That is, you expect to get a 4 in 1/6 of the throws. So for 84 throws you would expect to get a 4 in 84*(1/6) = 14 times.
I would just call it an "800-sided polygon."
I wouldconvert both to improper fraction,find a common multiple (CM),calculate equivalent fraction with CM as the denominator,add the numerators,change the improper fraction to a mixed fraction, if required,simplify the fractional part of the mixed fraction - if appropriate and required.
You would use lowest common multiple in fractions if you have to use pictures, numbers and words. (Sometimes, depending on the teacher, you might get higher marks if you put the fraction into its smallest form!)
You would use the meter, or some decimal fraction or decimal multiple that was appropriate to the measurement.
It would be 11/100ths because 11 is prime and 100 isn't a multiple of 11.
All you need to do is put the number of tallies you have, over the amount you did it example- 1- llll/ 2-llll Taylor threw a 2 sided dice nine times to see what the probability was. For 1, he got 5, so the fraction would be 5/9 For 2 he got 4, so the fraction would be 4/9
The local governments usually have multiple Special Revenue Fund.
A seventeen-sided polygon would be called a heptadecagon.
No. A quadrilateral is a four sided figure
36 times. But also, you might get the opposite result 36 times.
you would expect to find the most in animals you would expect to find the least in plants