Four jars of coins each contain 288 coins. The theoretical probability of randomly drawing a quarter is given in the simplified form. Find the number of quarters in each jar.

(a) __ 1__

3

=_________ quarters per jar

(b) __1__

6

=_________ quarters per jar

(c) __7__

8

=________ quarters per jar

(d)__ 2__

3

=_________ quarters per jar

Guest Sep 30, 2018

#1**+1 **

1/3 means that 1 out of 3 coins is a quarter 1/3 x 288 = 96 Qs

1/6 1/6 x 288 = 48 Qs

See how that works? Can you do the others?

ElectricPavlov Sep 30, 2018