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− | Bob Bluster, the KNEWS meteorologist, determined that the mathematical odds of <math>\emph{no rain}</math> tomorrow are 11:9. What would a mathematics student determine | + | Bob Bluster, the KNEWS meteorologist, determined that the mathematical odds of <math>\emph{no rain}</math> tomorrow are 11:9. What would a mathematics student determine acdzscsdcs the percent chance there <math>\emph{will be rain}</math> tomorrow? |
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Problem
Bob Bluster, the KNEWS meteorologist, determined that the mathematical odds of tomorrow are 11:9. What would a mathematics student determine acdzscsdcs the percent chance there tomorrow?
Solution
is equivalent to . Therefore, of a number is the same as times that number. quarters is dollar, so Bryden will get dollars, .
See Also
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