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answer: the answer is one of

[tex]f=\dfrac{1}{2},~\dfrac{1}{4},~\dfrac{3}{4},~\dfrac{1}{6},~\dfrac{5}{6},~\dfrac{1}{8},~\dfrac{3}{8},~\dfrac{5}{8},~\dfrac{7}{8}.[/tex]

step-by-step explanation: we are given to write a proper fraction where the whole is divided into an even number of equal parts less than ten, and an odd number of those parts exist.

an even number less than 10 may be one of 2, 4, 6 or 8. so, the whole may be one of these four evens.

now, an odd number of these parts must exist, so the numerator must be an odd number, one of 1, 3, 5 or 7. it cannot be 9 because then the fraction will become improper.

thus, our fraction may be one of the following

[tex]f=\dfrac{1}{2},~\dfrac{1}{4},~\dfrac{3}{4},~\dfrac{1}{6},~\dfrac{5}{6},~\dfrac{1}{8},~\dfrac{3}{8},~\dfrac{5}{8},~\dfrac{7}{8}.[/tex]

saving = more money

step-by-step explanation:

if you have 100 bucks, and you want to buy a candy bar, even if you have one at home, if you choose not to buy it, you save.

~courtney

Idrk but i think u should figure out the n dia n then the units it will make it way more easier

There is no association.

[tex]Which statement best describes the association between variable x and variable y? perfect negative[/tex]