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The first value of 5, .55, is 11 times greater than the second value, .05.

The four to the left is ten times the four to the right.

The second. And it is 1/100 as large as in the first.

If a DIE (not dice) is rolled 90 times, the expected value of the sum of the first and second rolls is 7 if you assume that the die is fair. It does not matter how many times you roll the die, as long as it is at least 2.

The value of a ratio - of two numbers - is the value of the first divided by the second.

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The first value of 5, .55, is 11 times greater than the second value, .05.

10 times in the first number, 0.1 times in the second.

Just divide the first number by the second one.

4200 is ten times 420

The four to the left is ten times the four to the right.

In the first expression the value is 91 times as large as it is in the second.

The second. And it is 1/100 as large as in the first.

Counting 6's from left to right, the first 6 is 6000 and the second 6 is 600 so the first 6 is 10 times the second. If you count from right to left, the is left as an exercise for the student.

let A = first card and let B = second card; then A = 3B and B = A-6; since A = 3B then B = (3B) - 6; solve B = 3 and A = 9

First outcome: No R.V. and a slow rise for the dinar. Second outcome: A great return. SIMPLE.

If a DIE (not dice) is rolled 90 times, the expected value of the sum of the first and second rolls is 7 if you assume that the die is fair. It does not matter how many times you roll the die, as long as it is at least 2.

The four in the second number is ten times the four on the left of the first number and one hundred thousand times the four on the right.