3/5 of the balls in a box are red . The rest are green and red .The ratio of the number of balls to the number of yellow balls is 5:3 .If there are 10 less balls yellow balls than green balls , how many balls are red?

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3/5 of the balls in a box are red . The rest are green and red .The ratio of the number of balls to the number of yellow balls is 5:3 .If there are 10 less balls yellow balls than green balls , how many balls are red?

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1. sometimes

2. never true

3. sometimes

step-by-step explanation:

these are pretty self explanatory if you know what supp right and com angles are

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step by step explanation : Green and Yellow balls are in the ratio of 5:3.

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not possible

Step-by-step explanation:

it ant be possibe as the answer would come out as 6x/5 which is incorrect.

sorry

step-by-step explanation:

f(x)=2x^2 -1

translation is a function transformation that transform the function in a way of translating. by translating the function its graph is moved up an down. moving the function f(x) 2 units to the left will be the new function g(x) with the equation: g(x)=f(x+2)=2(x+2)^2 -1

Hello this question is impossible ask your teacher or find if you didnt make any mistake copying this HW.

Step-by-step explanation:

You have 3x/5 red balls but next sentence is talking about that Yellow balls have to be in ratio 5:3 but it is impossible because Red balls + Yellow balls would make 6x/5 of balls which is not possible