First one is three i think

We have been given that red, green, and white jellybeans are combined in a ratio of 5:4:3 respectively. We are asked to find out the ratio of green jelly beans to the total number of jelly beans.

In order to find out the ratio of green jelly beans to the total number of jelly beans we have to find out the total number of jelly beans.

Now we can find out out our desirable ratio by substituting our finding in the ratio.

**Therefore, ratio of green jelly beans with respect to all jelly beans is 1:3.**

For this problem, the answer is choice A.

We can write this as the difference of squares:

(5b⁸+8c)(5b⁸-8c)

To write as the difference of squares, take the square root of each term first:

√25b¹⁶ = 5b⁸; √64c² = 8c

Now we write this as a sum in one binomial and a difference in the other:

(5b⁸+8c)(5b⁸-8c)