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A sample proportion of 0.36 is found. To determine the margin of error for this statistic, a simulation of 100 trials is run, each with a sample size of 50 and a point estimate of 0.36.
The minimum sample proportion from the simulation is 0.28,
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A tower has a cone-shaped attic. The diameter of the attic is 18 ft and its height is 18 ft.
What is the volume of the space in the attic? Use 3.14 for pi.
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A librarian wants to have an employee reading contest. She asks her employees to volunteer to read as many books as possible in one week.
Which sentences explain how randomization is not applied in this situation?
Select each correct
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A five digit number is chosen at random from all possible 5 digit numbers find the probability that the number is not divisible by every element
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find the area of the quadrilateral formed with vertices at point (1,2) (5,8) (8,6) (4,0)
Find the area of the quadrilateral formed with vertices at point (1,2) (5,8) (8,6) (4,0)
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How many planes of symmetry does a rectangular solid 9cm by 9cm by 12cm have
How many planes of symmetry does a rectangular solid 9cm by 9cm by 12cm have
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Each side of a regular octagon is y cm long find the distance in cm between any two parallel sides of this octagon
Each side of a regular octagon is y cm long find the distance in cm between any two parallel sides of this octagon
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The recursive rule for a geometric sequence is given.
The recursive rule for a geometric sequence is given.
a1=2;an=13an−1
Enter the explicit rule for the sequence.
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Factor the expression using the difference of squares.
Factor the expression using the difference of squares.
36a^4b^10 - 81a^16b^20
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The explicit rule for a sequence is given.
The explicit rule for a sequence is given.
an=3(16)n−1
Enter the recursive rule for the geometric sequence.
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Enter a recursive rule for the geometric sequence.
10, −80, 640, −5120, ...
a1= ; an=
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Enter the explicit rule for the geometric sequence.
9,6,4,83,…
an=
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The explicit rule for a sequence is an=5(−2)n−1an=5(−2)n−1 .
What is the recursive rule for the sequence?
an=−5(an−1),a1=2 an=−2(an−1),a1=5 an=−5(an+1),a1=2 an=−2(an+1),a1=5
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When the town of Samuel Village first started its voluntary recycling program, 1200 of the town’s residence participated. The town predicts that the number of people participating in the recycling program will increase by 35% each year.
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What is the explicit rule for the sequence?
12,6,0,−6, …
an=18−12n an=18−6n an=6−6n an=18+6n
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1. Alex thinks 131 are neat. What is the maximum number of interior angles of a convex n-gon that can have measure 131?
2. ABCDEF is a concave hexagon with exactly one interior angle greater than (The
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Find
f(a), f(a + h), and the difference quotient f(a + h) − f(a)/h where h ≠ 0.
f(x) = 2x2 + 6
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How to use fractions key
I am trying to get help with how to use the fractions on this calculator. I type in 3/4 + 4/9 and then I press = and the d**n thing gives me no answer at all!!!!! How am I supposed to use this for help in my math class?
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