Construct a spinner with red, yellow, blue, and

green sectors, so the following probabilities are true.

• The probability of landing on red is .

• The probability of landing on yellow is 50%.

• The probability of landing on blue is 1:10.

• The probability of landing on green is .

Explain how you drew your spinner.

Guest May 29, 2020

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please arrange your latex properly as we cannot see the prob. for green and red.

hugomimihu May 29, 2020

#2

#3**+2 **

It's obvious you do since if you are using plain text it wouldn't be empty behind green and red.

hugomimihu
May 29, 2020

#4

#5**+2 **

Your question reads

Construct a spinner with red, yellow, blue, and

green sectors, so the following probabilities are true.

• The probability of landing on red is .

• The probability of landing on yellow is 50%.

• The probability of landing on blue is 1:10.

• The probability of landing on green is .

Explain how you drew your spinner.

If you read closely it is empty after "red is" and "green is"

I'd like you to provide these values in order for me to help you.

Thanks.

hugomimihu
May 29, 2020

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Construct a spinner with red, yellow, blue, and

green sectors, so the following probabilities are true.

• The probability of landing on red is 1/5

• The probability of landing on yellow is 50%.

• The probability of landing on blue is 1:10.

• The probability of landing on green is 2/10

Explain how you drew your spinner.

parpar1 May 29, 2020

#11**+1 **

Thank you parpar appreciate it.

GUEST: if this question isn't correct you can base it off my pie chart or do something else.

hugomimihu
May 29, 2020

#10**+2 **

Guest here is the image.

I am reasonably sure I did not mix any numbers up.

This is from a chart, where I entered numbers as percentages.

#applepages

This is a pie chart thing so each section accounts for __% of the total circle, or __% of the "pie"

Happy pie eating!

If you don't understand anything feel free to ask!

hugomimihu May 29, 2020

#12**+1 **

wdym by

"This is a pie chart thing so each section accounts for __% of the total circle, or __% of the "pie"

parpar1 May 29, 2020

#13**+2 **

So a pie chart works like this

Say we have 4 things

We have 100 fruit

25 bananas, 25 apples, 10 mangoes, 40 oranges, ok?

What you do is you take each type, see the percentage of the whole, and put it in. Eg. 25 is 25% since25/100 = 1/4 = 25%. Thus the bananas section would take up a quarter or 25% of the circle.

Message me if you still don't understand and I'll do my best to explain.

hugomimihu
May 29, 2020

#16

#17**+2 **

Well the question asks for a spinner and they are usually round so a pie chart makes sense.

hugomimihu
May 29, 2020