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Which situation can be modeled by the inequality 50−12x≥8?
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4 months ago
how many 4 letter words can you make from a list of 12 letters, if you use each letter only once in each word?
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Please helppp. The lists below gives the miles. James drive his car in 7 days and the miles Jane drove her car in 7 days. Compare the means of the two data sets. Show all work and explain your final answer. James: 0, 11, 24, 69, 84, 95, 102 Jane: 0, 200, 420, 760, 800, 150, 400
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If the number of equally likely sample outcomes of a single stage of an experiment is 4, what is the total number of elements in the sample space if the experiment has 3 stages? A. 16 B. 12 C. 64 D.
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Two years after it’s purchase, if Manuel’s gift card is unused, the automatic decrease on the gift card balance is given by the equation b = 50 - 5m, where m is the number of months beyond two years. Is this model of the siu action linear? If it is, what are the slope and y-intercept?A. linear: slope = -10, y-intercept = 5B. linear: slope = -50, y-intercept = 5C. linear: slope = -5, y-intercept = 50D. not linear
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A person invests $1,150 in an account that earns 5% annual interest compounded continuously. Find when the value of the investment reaches $2,000. If necessary round to the nearest tenth.The investment will reach a value of $2,000 in approximately_____years.
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PLEASE HELP!!!!!!! Solve for x. Use the completing the square method. 5x2−2x−10=0 Round decimals to the nearest tenth.
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What is the easiest way to solve this problem?thank u!!
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please solve!!!!!!!!! Thanks!
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Brandon Kaline are on the decorating committee for the prom. they need to cover the walls with fabric if the room is 12‘ x 12‘ with a height of 9 feet. how much area will they cover if they cover the four walls?
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Use the given D to find the range of each function: a f(x)=3x−5, D={−1, 0, 3}
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Suppose that a worker in Country A can make either 10 iPods or 5 tablets each year. Country A has 100 workers. Suppose a worker in Country B can make either 2 iPods or 10 tablets each year. Country B has 200 workers. A bundle of goods that Country A could not make would be:
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1. Two angles are supplements. The larger is 10 more than 4 times the smaller. Find both angles,2. Two angles are supplements. They're equal in measure. Find both angles.3. The supplement of an angle is three times the complement of the angle. Find the angle.4. The supplement of an angle is 12 less than twice the angle. Find both angles.
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Problem Set: At the sixth-grade school dance, there are 132 boys, 89 girls, and 14 adults.a. Write the ratio of the number of boys to the number of girls.b. Write the same ratio using another form (A: B vs. A to B).c. Write the ratio of the number of boys to the number of adults.d. Write the same ratio using another form.*Answer A-D
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A block of oak has volume of 200 cubic centimeter and weighs 0.12 kilograms. What is its density? Will it floats on water?
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4 months ago
2.144×10^7÷3.2×10^4
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At a large department store, the average number of years of employment for a cashier is 5.7 with a standard deviation of 1.8 years. If the number of years of employment at this department store is normally distributed, what is the probability that a cashier selected at random has worked at the store for over 10 years?
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points -3,2 rotated 90 clockwiseits a maze i need help o thank u
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Prove using the principle of mathematical induction: (i) The number of diagonals of a convex polygon with n vertices is n(n − 3)/2, for n ≥ 4, (ii) 2n < n! for for all n > k > 0, discover the value of k before doing induction.
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A local fraternity is conducting a raffle where 50 tickets areto be sold--one per customer. There are three prizes to beawarded. If the four organizers of the raffle each buy oneticket, what is the probability that the four organizers a) win all of the prizes? b) win exactly two of the prizes? c) win exactly one of the prizes? d) win none of the prizes? The answers: a) (4) / (19600) b) (276) / (19600) c) (4140) / (19600) d) (15180) / 19600)
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