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The students at Central High School can choose between band, choir, and music history for their music elective (they can only take one). The ratio of students in band to all students is 17:45, and the ratio of students in choir to all students is 28:63. If one student is chosen at random, what elective are they most likely to be in?
The square below is divided into 4 rows of equal area. The top row is a single box, the second row is divided into 2 congruent boxes, the third row is divided into 3 congruent boxes, and the fourth row is divided into 4 congruent boxes. What fraction of the square’s total area is taken up by boxes labeled X?
The rectangle below is divided into 72 squares of equal area. Which of the following represents the fraction of the total area taken up by the shaded region?
The area of rectangle ABCD below is 1 \( \mathrm{unit^{2}} \). ABCD is divided into squares that are equal in area. Which of the following represents the area of the shaded region in square units?
The measure of angle ABC below is 135 degrees. What is the measure of angle ABC in radians?
What fraction of all the positive integers less than or equal to 500 that are multiples of 25 are also multiples of 10?
According to the Pew Research Center, as of 2018, approximately 95 out of every 100 Americans ages 18 and older owned a cellphone, a category that includes smartphones. Approximately 77 out of every 100 Americans ages 18 and older owned a smartphone. Based on those figures, approximately what percentage of cellphone owners have a smartphone? Source
You baked a large pumpkin pie with a diameter of 16 inches and a smaller one with a diameter of 4 inches. Both are 4 inches thick throughout. What fraction of the smaller pie would you have to cut to have the same amount of pie as \( \frac{1}{16} \) of the larger pie?