A bus traveled at an average rate of 60mph then reduced its average rate to 30mph for the rest of the trip. if the 189 mile trip took 4 hours determine how long the bus traveled at each rate. the...
A bus traveled at an average rate of 60mph then reduced its average rate to 30mph for the rest of the trip. if the 189 mile trip took 4 hours determine how long the bus traveled at each rate. the...
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Graph y+2=1/3(x+6) SHOW WORK
Find the unknown quantity for the following ratios and proportions. The ratio of linemen to foremen on a certain project is 8:1. If there are 48 linemen on the project, how many foremen are there...
Grapg a line with the indicatd slope and y-intercept showing work. Slope: -5 Y-int: (0,8)
There is a sales tax of $6 on an item that costs $64 before tax. The sales tax on a second item is $8.25. How much does the second item cost before tax?
I have two probability problems, and I'd like to see how they're solved. Thhe first is - what is the probability of flipping at least 2 tails out of 3 tosses with a fair coin? And the second - what...
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WHAT WOULD BE THE CORRECT RESPONSE OR ANSWER TO THIS QUESTION? If np ≥ 5 and nq ≥ 5, estimate P(fewer than 7) with ne=14 and p = 0.5 by using the normal distribution as an approximation...
COULD SOMEONE PLEASE GIVE ME AN EXACT ANSWER TO THIS I CANNOT THINK ANYMORE Use the continuity correction and describe the region of the normal distribution that corresponds...
Find the probability that in a group of 4 people, at least two were born in the same month. You may assume that each month is equally likely. Give the answer to 3 decimal places.
In a recent taste test, a person was eight times as likely to prefer the taste of diet cola A to diet cola B. One of these people are selected. What probability should we assign the event "the...
bob wanted to buy a sweater which cost $97.00. Mom gave him $50.00 and dad gave him $50.00. He bought the sweater and received $3.00 change. He gave dad $1.00 and mom $1.00 and kept...
A bag contains 4 balls that are numbered 1,2,3,4. Two balls are drawn from the bag without replacement. Find the probability that the number sum to 5.
2Cr(OH)3+3OCl−+4OH−→2CrO4−2+3Cl−+5H2O Enter the chemical symbol of the element.
ZnO+C→Zn+CO Express your answer as a chemical formula.
K2CO3 Specify what ions are present upon dissolving each of the following substances in water. Express your answers as ions separated by a comma.