What is 32% as a fraction in simplest form? A) 0.32 100 B) 1.6 12 C) 8 25 D) 1 16

Answer: It's C 8/25, you would put 32 over 100 and then find GCD on the number you get.

8/25

Step-by-step explanation:

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Related Questions

which of these is an example of a discrete random variable 1) hours worked at job, weight of a child, number of siblings, length of a fish

hours worked at job, number of siblings are examples of discrete random variable.

Step-by-step explanation:

Discrete random variable has values that can be counted. It has finite data that does not change continuously.

Hours worked at a job can be counted at the end of the day.

The weight of a child keeps changing continuously therefore it is not a discrete random variable.

Number of siblings can be counted.

The length of a fish can keep changing day by day therefore it is not a discrete random variable.

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A 30°–60°–90° triangle has a shorter leg with a length of 3 units. What is the length of the hypotenuse of the triangle?

The hypotenuse is 6. 30-60-90 triangles have a ration of x, x, and 2x, respectively. So since you have the value for the 30º side, then you just double it to get the hypotenuse's value.

Find the 11th partial sum of the summation of negative 7i plus 22, from i equals 1 to infinity. -220
400
550
-700

What you do is take -7 and multiply that by (1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9+10+11) and then after that add 11 again and multiply it by 22. It would look like this.

-7 x (1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9+10+11) +11 x 22

Simplify that to -7 x 66 +11 x 22

now multiply -7 and 66 to get -462

-462 +11 x 22

multiply 11 and 22

-462 + 242

HELLO I NEED HELP ASP 60 60
boys at a summer camp were asked to complete a survey about their favorite outdoor activity.
18
boys chose biking and 29
boys chose fishing.
The remaining boys did not complete the survey.

Which expression gives the percent of survey participants who chose fishing

Answer is ' 48.33 % ' boys chosen fishing ..

Step-by-step explanation:   29/18+29 x 100

Simplify (-3)^-1 + (-1)^-3

What is equal to 14.1.

A lot of numbers, equations, etc equal 14.1. Be more specific in your questions. I’m sorry this doesn’t really help but just use this for future reference

Dining sets are on sale for 25% off the original price (d), which can be expressed with the function p(d) = 0.75d. Local taxes are an additional 14% of the discounted price, which can be expressed with the function c(p) = 1.14p. Using this information, which of the following represents the final price of a dining set with the discount and taxes applied? c(p) ⋅ p(d) = 0.855pd

c(p) + p(d) = 1.89d

c[p(d)] = 0.855d

d[c(p)] = 1.89p

We will solve the problem step by step to find the final equation that models the problem.
We have:
Step 1:
Dining sets are on sale for 25% off the original price (d)
p (d) = 0.75d
Step 2:
Local taxes are an additional 14% of the discounted price
c (p) = 1.14p
We observe that it is a problem of composition of functions:
the composite function of p with c is
(c (o) p) (d) = c [p (d)] = c (0.75d) = 1.14 (0.75d) = 0.855 d
c [p (d)] = 0.855d

What is the 6th term of the Geometric Sequence where a1 = 128 and a3=8? Explicit formula:
a_n(r)^n-1

Please can you explain step-by-step to me how to find this?

The 6th term of the sequence is 0.125.

Step-by-step explanation:

Given : Geometric Sequence where and

To find : The 6th term.

Solution :

The formula of nth term of geometric sequence is

........[1]

We have given,

To find ratio we put n=3 in [1]

Now, we know first term and common ratio

Put n=6 in [1] to get 6th term of the sequence is

Therefore, The 6th term of the sequence is 0.125.

The 6th term of the sequence is 0.125.

Step-by-step explanation:

Given : Geometric Sequence where and

To find : The 6th term.

Solution :

The formula of nth term of geometric sequence is

........[1]

We have given,

To find ratio we put n=3 in [1]

Now, we know first term  and common ratio

Put n=6 in [1] to get 6th term of the sequence is

Therefore, The 6th term of the sequence is 0.125.

Which measurement is the best estimate for the length of a clothespin? 9 mm 9 cm 9 m 9 km?