The ration is 170 adults:150 children, or 170/150We can factor out a 10 from both numbers, which leaves us with

17 adults/15 children.17 and 15 have no other factors, so that's the smallest ratio we can have.

**Answer:**

75

**Step-by-step explanation:**

75 times 60 divided by 100 is 45 and 45 is the amount that were well done

**Answer:**

1 over 5 or 1/5

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

0.27 = 27% probability that you receive the TOG scolarship.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

I am going to solve this question treating these probabilities as **Venn probabilities.**

**I am going to say that:**

Event A: TOG scolarship

Event B: VEOP scolarship

**The probability that you receive the VEOP scholarship is 0.25**

This means that

**Probability that you receive both scholarships is 0.15**

This means that

**The probability that you get at least one of these scholarships is 0.37. **

This means that

**What is the probability that you receive the TOG?**

This is P(A). These measures are related by:

So

Replacing with the values in this question

0.27 = 27% probability that you receive the TOG scolarship.

**Answer:**

7.5 quarts

**Step-by-step explanation:**

You first need to find out how much it emits in 1 second. So, 3 quarts divided by 4 seconds is .75, which means the hose emits .75 quarts in one second. Finally, you need to find how much it emitted in 10 seconds. So take how much it emits in one second (.75) and multiply by 10. So therefore, the answer is 7.5 quarts of water in 10 seconds.