maths1)In a mixed bag of 40sweets, there are 10 lollipops. a)      What percentage of the total are lollipops? b)      What is the ratio of lollipops to other sweets? 2) Find the area of...

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1)In a mixed bag of 40sweets, there are 10 lollipops.

a)      What percentage of the total are lollipops?

b)      What is the ratio of lollipops to other sweets?

2) Find the area of the following figure

   2km

   4km

3) Mr. Brown sold snack lunches for $6.50 each. How would much it would cost to by 10?

 

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literaturenerd | High School Teacher | (Level 2) Educator Emeritus

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The mixed bag contains 25% lollipops. You get this by dividing the total number of lollipops (10) by the total number of sweets in the bag (40). The answer is .25.

For number 3, you multiply the cost of the sack lunches (6.50) times the number desired (10). The answer is 65.00.Therefore, it would take 65.00 to purchase ten sack lunches.

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4) from 27 how many more times must i count to reach 100

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