**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

In order to solve this problem, we need to start by finding the probability of picking an oatmeal raisin cookies. Probabilities are found by using the following formula:

In this case, our number of desired events is the number of oatmeal raisin cookies we have available: 8.

Our number of possible events is the total number of cookies in the bag, which is:

6+9+5+8=28

so the probability is:

which simplifies to:

Next, we need to find the probability of picking one oatmeal raisin cookie again. This time we only have 7 oatmeal raising cookies and 27 cookies left in the bag, so our probability will now be:

So, the probability of picking an oatmeal raisin cookie at first and picking one of the same kind again is found by multiplying both probabilities.

So the probability that Dana randomly selects an oatmeal raisin cookie from the bag, eats it, then randomly selects another oatmeal raisin cookie is:

**Answer:**

give me a minute to find the answer

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

$32

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

The problem has no real solution, because the area of inside of the frame is bigger than the total area of the frame.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Any way here is the mathematical explanation/solve to this statement.

As show in the graphic, there is a representation of the situation stated in the problem. So in order to calculate the area we have the next equation as a function of x.

Area:

Solving the equation to find the roots (values of x):

So mathematically there is no real answer, since x is a width must be positive number. And practically the outer area must be bigger than the inner area, and the inner area is given by 6 times 11, or 66 .