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3. Find the equation in point-slope form of the lines through point P(2.0) that are a) parallel to, and b)perpendicular to the line x +2y = 3.
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6) -(-2-n) what is the answer?
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Can I please have some help? I don't know how to do question e.
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Fred and Gina are playing tennis. The first player to win 2 sets wins their match. Fred has a 3/5 chance to win each set while Gina has a 2/5 chance. What is the probability that Fred wins the match? A. 44/125 B. 63/125 C. 81/125 D. 62/125
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the ratio of Ali's age to Ben's age is 21:17.If the difference in ages between them is 3 years and 4 months,find Ali's age,in years and months.
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3x+2y=7,2x-5y=11. By elimination method, need all steps
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ain a long jump competition, Peter jumped 0.13 m further than Roy. Sam jumped0.27 shorter than Peter. The three boys jumped a total distance of 4.34 m. How fardid Sam jump?SiAnswer:
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a motor boat traveled 18 miles down a river in 2 hours but took 4.5 hours to return upstream. Find the rate of the motor boat in still water and the rate of the current. (Round to the nearest tenth).
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Ravi travels 800 km/h partly by train partly by car. He takes 17 hours to travel 600 km by train and rest by car . He takes 12 minute more if he travels 560 km by train and the rest by car . Determine the speed of the car and of the train
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plz...solve this question....If n(A) = 37, n(B) = 50, and A is subsets of B, find n(AUB).
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On a very hot summer day, 5 percent of the production employees at Midland States Steel are absent from work. The production employees are randomly selected for a special in-depth study on absenteeism. What is the probability of randomly selecting 10 production employees on a hot summer day and finding that none of them are absent?(A) 60(B) 65(C) 70(D) 75
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, list the first five terms of each sequence, and identify them as arithmetic or geometric. A(n + 1) = A(n) − 19 for n ≥ 1 and A(1) = −6
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Examination of court records in a particular state shows that the mean sentence length for first-offense drug dealers is 26 months with a standard deviation of 2 months. The records show that the sentence lengths are normally distributed. 1) What is the Z score for a 23 month sentence length? What is the probability of getting a sentence below that? 2) A defense attorney is concerned that his client's sentence was unusually harsh at 30 months. What percent of sentences are 30 months or longer? Calculate the Z score and report the area. 3) Would you consider a 30 month sentence harsh? Explain
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Four students attempt to register online at the same time for an Introductory Statistics class that is full. Two are freshmen and two are sophomores. They are put on a wait list. Prior to the start of the semester, two enrolled students drop the course, so the professor decides to randomly select two of the four wait list students and gives them a seat in the class.What is the probability that both students selected are freshmen?(A) 1/12(B) ¼(C) ½(D) ⅙
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If −2, a, bb, c, 14 forms an arithmetic sequence, find the values of a, b, and c.
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What is the value of z?122 degrees, because x and z are alternate interior angles and are =122 degrees, because 58 degrees and z are same side interiors which add to 18032 degrees, because 58 and z are same side interiors which add to 90The first and second answers are both correct
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write a recursive formula for each sequence given or described below.It has an explicit formula of f(n) = −3n + 2 for n ≥ 1.
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write a recursive formula for each sequence given or described below.Doug accepts a job where his starting salary is $30,000 per year, and each year he receives a raise of $3,000.
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write a recursive formula for each sequence given or described below.. It follows a times 10 pattern: 4, 40, 400, 4000, ….
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I need to find surface area
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