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Ok Bump this to the top .... let's try the game again I will be posting a new question at 5pm Pacific Standard Time!!! Correct answer gets an outfit of their choice like the Monkey Z or King Billy Outfit... along with any crafted material such as a Book or Green Circuit or any ither item that takes several other crafts together to craft 1 item like the the notorious books!!! Yippee!!! the answer is purple fluffy unicorns that use sparkly wands *grin*did I get it right? Bwahahahahaps - not that I need the prizes, I just like to play games ;-)

Question: IF my winning percentage (%) on the Fortune Wheel is only 10% then what would be the ratio between winning and losing? GOOD LUCK Happy Streeters

Quote from: Aberfitchjr on May 14, 2015, 10:21:57 pmQuestion: IF my winning percentage (%) on the Fortune Wheel is only 10% then what would be the ratio between winning and losing? You win 10% times means, you win 10 times out of 100 tries. So, you lose(100-10)= 90 times out of 100. So, the ratio is 10:90, i.e, the answer is 1:9.Hugssss ooh! How much I love percentages and ratios why is it 1:9 could it also be 9:1? is it because the question asks about winning and we know one answer is 10%?if the question was that he loses 90% of the time, is that when it would be 9:1?sorry if I sound really stupid, but I honestly struggle with some mathsI also have the attitude that no question is stupid if you are trying to learn something :-)ps - I don't want any kind of prize, my reward will be if I can learn this

Question: IF my winning percentage (%) on the Fortune Wheel is only 10% then what would be the ratio between winning and losing? You win 10% times means, you win 10 times out of 100 tries. So, you lose(100-10)= 90 times out of 100. So, the ratio is 10:90, i.e, the answer is 1:9.Hugssss ooh! How much I love percentages and ratios

Quote from: Relax21 on May 15, 2015, 03:17:34 amQuote from: Aberfitchjr on May 14, 2015, 10:21:57 pmQuestion: IF my winning percentage (%) on the Fortune Wheel is only 10% then what would be the ratio between winning and losing? You win 10% times means, you win 10 times out of 100 tries. So, you lose(100-10)= 90 times out of 100. So, the ratio is 10:90, i.e, the answer is 1:9.Hugssss ooh! How much I love percentages and ratios why is it 1:9 could it also be 9:1? is it because the question asks about winning and we know one answer is 10%?if the question was that he loses 90% of the time, is that when it would be 9:1?sorry if I sound really stupid, but I honestly struggle with some mathsI also have the attitude that no question is stupid if you are trying to learn something :-)ps - I don't want any kind of prize, my reward will be if I can learn this Hi, it is not stupid at all And trying to learn something is never stupid, your attitude is totally right Here you have to note the question "what would be the ratio between winning and losing? " Note that she asked a ratio between winning and losing. i.e, winning : losing = 1:9. Had she asked "what would be the ratio between losing and winning?" then it would be losing:winning = 9:1You have note the question carefully to jot down the correct answer, otherwise answer would be wrong even though youur calculation is right. Hope this helps