**Answer:**

0.1042 or 10.42%

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Since the first bottle is returned to the cooler, there will be 12 possible choices for each pick.

**There is a 5 in 12 chance of picking a lemon-lime drink first.**

**There is a 3 in 12 chance of picking a fruit-punch drink second.**

The probability of both events happening is:

**The probability is 0.1042 or 10.42%.**

**Answer:**

Sets of 10

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

The probability is probably something like this:

Monday; Library, Tuesday; research, Wednesday; typing, Thursday; music, Friday; art

However, there are more probabilities to order this but obviously, you can not fit them all and there are 7 special subjects. So, the choice is probably up to you...

No. The inequality is false.

In the given point (9,6) the second number is the Y value.

So if you replace Y with the given Y value of 6, the inequality is now 6 > 6 which is false since, 6 is = 6.

**Answer:**

11.82 km

**Step-by-step explanation:**

6.37+5.45