If she scores an average of 0.6 points per toss, then the expected number of tosses needed to get 12 points is:
12 / 0.6 = 20
Using a random number table, we can assign digit 0 as a 3-point hole, digits 1-3 as a 1-point hole, and digits 4-9 as no points. Read the digits and add the points until you get 12 points. The number of digits read is the number of beanbag tosses.
Hello there! We can solve this question by writing and solving a proportion. Set it up like this:
9/x = 3/100.
This is because 9 is 3% of x number of stores and percents are parts of 100. Setting it up like this will help us get the correct answer. Cross multiply the values . 9 * 100 is 900 and 3 * x = 3x. You get 900 = 3x. Now, divide each side by 3 to isolate the x. 3x/3 cancels out the x. 900/3 is 300. There. x = 300. 9 stores is 3% of 300 stores.