# How many cards he has left​

Wrong grammar

Step-by-step explanation:

how many cards DOES HE HAVE LEft

## Related Questions

31 out of 50 is what percent

31 out of 50 is 62%

Divide 31 over 50:

Multiply 0.62 and 100. This will convert the decimal to a percentage:

31/50
Put the denominator as 100 to make it a percentage.
To do that, multiply the top and bottom by 2.
62/100
Now make that a percentage by taking off the 100 and adding a percent sign
62%
Hope this helps.

you have the numbers 1-25 written on slips of paper. if you choose one slip at random, what is the probability that you will select a number that divisible by 4

Since there are 25 numbers there is 6/25 chances to pull a number divisible by 4 if you want a percent you divide the numerator 6 by the denominator 25 which is 0.24 then you move the decimal over to the right twice and you get 24%

#14 write the given sentence as an equation. Tim'S age in 7 years will be three times what it was 19 years ago

The first thing we must do for this case is to define variables.
We have then:
x = Tim's age
Now we write the equation:
x + 7 = 3 (x-19)
Tim's age in 7 years will be three times what it was 19 years ago:
x + 7 = 3 (x-19)

Use long division to convert the rational number 1/8 to its equivalent decimal form

1 Set up the long division.

8|1

2 Calculate 10 ÷ 8, which is 1 with a remainder of 2.

0.1

8|1.

8

2

3 Bring down 0, so that 20 is large enough to be divided by 8.

0.1

8|1.

8

20

4 Calculate 20 ÷ 8, which is 2 with a remainder of 4.

0.12

8|1.

8

20

16

4

5 Bring down 0, so that 40 is large enough to be divided by 8.

0.12

8|1.

8

20

16

40

6 Calculate 40 ÷ 8, which is 5.

0.125

8|1.

-  8

20

16

40

40

7 Therefore, 1 ÷ 8 = 0.125.

0.125

I need to find the factor of the polynomilas for the following problem -a3-100a

Factor out -a
-a(a²+100)
cannot factor further

How do you write an inequality

An inequality describes a situation in which one quantity is greater than or less than another quantity. Unlike equations, they don't have a specific value as an answer. They show a range of values.

Example:

2x > 10 Divide by 2

When you solve that you'll get 5 and that shows that x is every number that's greater than 5.

To write an inequality, use a bar model to write and solve equations, solve an equation using the inverse operation, convert a real world situation to the problem, write an inequality from a word problem, solve inequalities with inverse operations, represent an inequality solution set on a number line.

In class of 160 students, 90 are taking math, 78 are taking science, and 62 are taking both math and science. What is the probability of randomly choosing a student who is taking only math?

Hi!

All of the students that are ONLY taking math is 90.

That is 90/160 kids taking only math.

90/160 simplified = 9/16

The answer is 9/16

Hope this helps! :)

5t-2r=25

solve for t.

Given 5t - 2r = 25

To solve for t,
first, we add 2r to both sides of the equation, to get

5t - 2r + 2r = 25 + 2r

5t = 25 + 2r

Next, we divide both sides of the equation by 5, to get

t= \frac{25+2r}{5}

Step-by-step explanation:

What is 62/120 expressed as a percent rounded to the nearest whole number?

52%

Step-by-step explanation:

62/120 * 100%

Divide by 2 on top and bottom

31/60 * 100 %

.5166666666 * 100 %

51.66666666 %

To the nearest whole number

Rounding the 1, we look at the 6   6>=5 so we round the 1 to 2

52%