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I need explaining this example.

Algebra 2

Joel owns 12 shirts and is selecting the ones he will wear to school next week. a) 792 ways b) 17 ways c) 95,040 ways d) 60 ways

The heights of 3-year-olds at a preschool averaged 35.2 inches, with a standard deviation of 1.2 inches. Assuming a normal distribution: a. 81.5% b.13.5% ...

Determine the product of the given complex number. a) -1/2+1/2√3i, -1/2-1/2√3i b)-1/2+1/2√3i, -1/2+1/2√3 c)-1/2-1/2√3i, -1/2-1/2√3 I have found an answer for...

there are 23 total people. 16 dollars for adults. 3 for children. 147 dollars collected. how many children and how many adults?

Big Ideas Math saids that I am wrong even though I think I am right.

a. 3 b. 5 c. 6 d.7

A enjoy reading in her free time and keep every book A has ever read. When she was five, she read 2 books and every year after, she tripled the number of books she read.

I don't understand what I am suppose to do. Determine the prodcut of the given complex number. a) 4-i, 4+i The complex numbers get a lot harder, but this is the...

5x/6 - x = -7

In some answers the correct answer is with number with the variable being first and sometimes the number without the variable being first. why is that

I need help to graph this problem for my homework

Pls explain the equation and the variables

You enter 5 tickets into a raffle, in which a total of 65 tickets are entered. The announcer chooses two tickets from the pool of raffle ticket.Write the answer as a fraction in the simplest form...

You randomly select 2 marbles from a mug containing 7 blue marbles, 3 red marbles, and 2 white marbles. How many times greater is the probability of selecting one blue marble and then one red marble...

Link : http://imgur.com/a/JZxGv This is a 3 part question so I would be extremely grateful with you could answer the 3 parts. Thanks in advance!!

According to a survey, 45% of people carry at least 1 reusable water bottle. If 5 people are selected randomly, what is the probability that at least 3 of them will be carrying a reusable water bottle...

A used car dealer sells SUVs and cars. Of all the vehicles, 70% are cars. Of all the vehicles, 20% are red cars. Round your answer to the nearest tenth of a percent.

There are 30 students in a history class. Twenty percent of the students are randomly chosen to participate in a teacher evaluation